by adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying.
In general, if you apply the same operation to both sides of an equation, you get an equivalent equation - at least if you do simple things like adding, subtracting, multiplying by a non-zero number, and dividing by some number.
Try adding or subtracting, or multiplying or dividing each side of the equation of the same thing. eg. if 2X=10 divide each side by 2. you have x=5
two algebraic steps (not counting simplification steps) must be used to solve the problem. 1st step is adding or subtracting some quantity from both sides of the equation. 2nd step is multiplying or dividing by a number to solve.
you could get 3+3=5 but there is a very mathematical equation if you will to solve it. it takes dividing adding multiplying and subtracting by the multiples to figure it out. i am yet to find out what exactly this equation is.
Yes. the number is 0.2 (or the equivalent 1/5).
a equals 5
It is not an equation if it does not have an equals sign. You could simplify it but not solve it.
If: 3z = 0.45 Then: z = 0.15 by dividing both sides by 3
When you separate the characters in the equation, you see one and seven separated by an X. You can solve the equation by multiplying -- the function of X -- one times seven: the answer is seven.
I think it is 3.14 that equals to pi when u solve it
You cannot solve it since it is not a true equation.