Solve the equation for the letter l: a=lw l = aw l equals w over a l = a − w none of the above

### Answers

⇒ Multiply both sides by A

⇒ The terms 'A' on the LHS cancel each other

⇒ Divide both sides by 'L'

⇒ The terms 'L' on the LHS cancel each other to '1' and the terms 'L' on the RHS will also cancel each other

⇒ The terms 'A' on the LHS cancel each other

⇒ Divide both sides by 'L'

⇒ The terms 'L' on the LHS cancel each other to '1' and the terms 'L' on the RHS will also cancel each other

The correct answer is the last option = none of the above

Step-by-step explanation:

we have

Solve for L means -------> isolate the variable L

so

Divide by both sides

Simplify

A = lwdivide both sides by w

a/w = l

a/w = l

A/W=L is the answer.

You have to separate the L and the W. So if you divide LW by W, the W will cancel out. But what you do to one side, you must do to the other side. So you have to divide A by W as well. Therefore, L= A divided by W

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