v Would equal w divided by at minus 1. Great effort for getting that one
correct. When we multiplied both sides by the lowest common denominator, or vt,
we can see that these two factors will cancel. We're left with avt equals v plus
w. We subtract v from both sides to solve for v, or really to isolate it on one
side of the equation. Now that we're here, we have to factor this V out. When we
factor the V out, we'll have V times AT minus one, and then we can divide by
this quantity to get one V alone. V would equal this expression. Keep in mind,
this is simplifying the one. I hope you're becoming a pro at these.