No. 3a 12 plus a 6 is not a solution Of an equation.
Simplifying a = 3a + 12 Reorder the terms: a = 12 + 3a Solving a = 12 + 3a Solving for variable 'a'. Move all terms containing a to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-3a' to each side of the equation. a + -3a = 12 + 3a + -3a Combine like terms: a + -3a = -2a -2a = 12 + 3a + -3a Combine like terms: 3a + -3a = 0 -2a = 12 + 0 -2a = 12 Divide each side by '-2'. a = -6 Simplifying a = -6
If a plus b equals 6 what is the value of 3a plus 3b
a+7/3 = 6 Multiply all terms by 3:- 3a+7 =18 3a = 18-7 3a = 11 a = 3 and 2/3
It's a simple linear equation with 'a' as the variable.Here's how to find the solution:3a + 2 = a - 6Subtract '2' from each side of the equation:3a = a - 8Subtract 'a' from each side:2a = -8Divide each side by '2' :a = -4
It is an equation because: a = 6
13a - 6 + a = 5a + 3 + 3a 13a + a - 5a - 3a = 3 + 6 6a = 9 6a/6 = 9/6 a = 3/2
yes, one in which a = 6
5a + 11
The equation 6 + y = 12 is a simple equation in one variable. If you add 6 to both sides of the equals sign, you get y = 18, and that is the solution.