w=p(y-z)

Rewrite the equation as p(y-z)=w.

p(y-z)=w

Divide each term in p(y-z)=w by p.

p(y-z)p=wp

Cancel the common factor of p.

Cancel the common factor.

p(y-z)p=wp

Divide y-z by 1.

y-z=wp

y-z=wp

y-z=wp

Add z to both sides of the equation.

y=wp+z

Solve for y w=p(y-z)