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Q: Can you solve a variable with an equation?

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Sure. You can always 'solve for' a variable, and if it happens to be the only variable in the equation, than that's how you solve the equation.

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you have to solve the actual equation in order to answer this about your variable

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you can only solve for one in an equation so it can equal something

No, you can only simplify an expression. To solve for a variable, it must be in an equation.

"Solve an equation" means "find out, for which values of the variable or variables is the equation true".

Find values for the variable that satisfy the equation, that is if you replace those values for the variable into the original equation, the equation becomes a true statement.

You solve the equation the same way as you would any other equation. Whether the variable is a fraction or otherwise will only become clear once you solve the equation. In other words, you don't initially KNOW whether the solution will be a fraction or not.

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You find, or construct, an equation or set of equations which express the unknown variable in terms of other variables. Then you solve the equation(s), using algebra.You find, or construct, an equation or set of equations which express the unknown variable in terms of other variables. Then you solve the equation(s), using algebra.You find, or construct, an equation or set of equations which express the unknown variable in terms of other variables. Then you solve the equation(s), using algebra.You find, or construct, an equation or set of equations which express the unknown variable in terms of other variables. Then you solve the equation(s), using algebra.

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