Q: Find the value of Z in the following equation 8Z equals 64?

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n equals 52

x=10

x2 = 49 Square root both sides to find the value of x:- x = 7

There is no numerical value for 'x' that can make this a true statement.

For the equation y = 3x + 3, the value of m (the slope) is 3.

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n equals 52

x=100

-36

You cannot explicitly find the value of x without an equal sign, as an equation without an equals sign is an algebraic expression. However, we can turn your expression into an equation by adding in an equals sign, but setting the value to a variable. For example, 2x+5=y, or 5x2-4x=y. You can solve for x like that. The phrase "... there is no equal sign in the equation ..." is a meaningless description. Without an 'equal' sign, there is no equation.

x=10

x2 = 49 Square root both sides to find the value of x:- x = 7

There is no numerical value for 'x' that can make this a true statement.

when you find the value, you SOLVED the equation. you CHECK the equation when you substitute the value in the variables place and check that the equation is true.

The discriminant is 9.

Divide both sides by 64 to find the value of x

2x+5 = 62 and 3x-y = 23.3 x = 28.5 and y = 62.2 Solve the first equation and then substitute the value of x into the second equation to find the value of y.

There is no need. The first equation can be rearranged to a simple equation in just y. Multiply it by 0.2 to solve for y. Substitute the value of y in the second equation and rearrange to get a simple equation in x. Multiply by (1/6) to find x.