# I need help with this:

Solve for c

a=1/5(b+c)

A. c= a-5b

B. c= b5-a

C. c= 5a-5b

D. c= 5a-b

And for the record im not getting people to do my homework. I am lost I tried simplifying both sides of the equation then isolating the variables but i couldn't get any of the options i got c= -b+5a

if you could just give me a hand i would be very thankful :)

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sqdancefanBy the commutative property of addition, the answer you got c = -b+5a is identical to selection ... D. c=5a-b The commutative property tells you the order of addition doesn't matter, so (-b)+(5a) = (5a)+(-b) = 5a-b (This is one of the reasons we study these properties.)