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Q: How do you find a problem number in a equation?

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evaluate the equation, find the answer check the answer

you have to use it in a problem.

x+8=20+12

Through a process called solving the equation. How do I solve the equation

use one step equation.

The answer depends on what the percentage problem is. The equations will be different depending on whether you want to find:one number as a percentage of another,a given percentage of a number,the percentage change applied to a given number,find the original number if given the number after the percentage change.

An equation where some terms are derivatives of functions. Usually the problem is to find the function that makes the equation true.

well the equation is the problem you need to do in order to finf=d the answer. like 1+1=? 1+1 is the equation.

[ 3x2 - 7x - 20 ] is not a problem, and needs no solution. It's just an expression thatstands for a number, and there's no way to find out what the number is until you knowwhat number 'x' is.If you had said that this expression is equal tosomething, then you'd have an equation,and you could ask us to find what number 'x' must be in order to make the equation atrue statement. But all you have just now is a number, that depends on the value of 'x'.

Number of total marks x100

Number of neutrons = mass number - number of protons

Definitely. Example from a chemistry problem: Find mass of the water in this equation.....

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