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Yes it does equal 0. This is proved by commutative property of maths which says that 2 numbers can be multiplied in many ways.

Q: Show that a x 0 equals 0 x a equals 0?

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x = 0 & y = -3

x - 6x = 0-5x= 0x = 0/-5which equals x = 0

Simply put, No.

anything x 0 = 0

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x = 0 & y = -3

x=0

x - 6x = 0-5x= 0x = 0/-5which equals x = 0

Simply put, No.

It equals 0

x=0

anything x 0 = 0

x is equals to 0 or 1. How is it solved? .... x.x =x x.x - x = 0 which can be solved by the usual formula for quadratic equations, or.. x.(x-1)=0 x= 0 or x-1 =0 x=0 or x=1

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x = 0

x squared -2x-3 equals 0 is the same as (x + 1)(x - 3) = 0

X * (X - 7) = 0 = X² - 7X D (discriminant) = (-7)² - 4 * (1 * 0) = 49 X1 = (7 - 7)/2 = 0 X2 = (7+ 7)/2 = 7