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Q: How do you solve a one multi-step equation with fractions?

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The only possible method is: One step at a time.

You first move the variables to one side of the equation and numbers to the other. Then you simplify.

Assuming you want to get rid of the fractions, you can multiply both sides of the equations by the greatest common factor of the fractions. Then you can solve the equation normally.

You cannot solve a fraction. You can solve a question about fractions, you can carry out basic operations with fractions, convert them from one form to another but none of these is "solving" them.

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

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.

an equation that only requires one operation done to solve it or so i believe

You need not have x in an algebraic equation. You solve whichever one is the easiest and that depends on the set of equations that you have.

You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".You solve the two equations simultaneously. There are several ways to do it; one method is to solve the first equation for "x", then replace that in the second equation. This will give you a value for "y". After solving for "y", replace that in any of the two original equations, and solve the remaining equation for "x".

One-step equation 3x=12 x-6=5 4/x=7 Multistep equation 3x+8=11 x/7+4=6 4x/7=2

You need another equation to make this a linear equation so you can solve for both variables. One equation with two variables is not enough to determine the correct answer.

You cannot solve one linear equation with two unknown variables.

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