I want to solve for g.
If I want to move the g from one side to the other, and I therefore multiply the left side to get rid of the g under that annoying fraction, do I also have to multiply c by g as well? Then when I put it on the other side, I have to multiply the q by g, as well, don't I? Such that I get qg - gg? or qg - g^2?
Some of this seems like I should know this, but due to all the variables, its confusing me. Not to mention, I think I'm supposed to multiply the c by g on the left side when trying to move g over but that would basically mean I can't move g over to be exclusively on the right side. This is NOT the actual equation I'm trying to make sense of, it would be too complex and confusing. I have somewhat simplified it.
Or is this simply unsolvable for g without g being in the answer?
(I tried to format this correctly with the mathjax stuff but it wasn't showing up in the preview to confirm I had typed it correctly.