How do you solve ln|tan(x)|=ln|sin(x)|-ln|cos(x)|? Well you start by........
In its normal form, you do not solve differential equation for x, but for a function of x, usually denoted by y = f(x).
You don't "solve" an expression. You can solve an equation; an expression can be simplified or otherwise manipulated, and if you know the value of "x" (in this case), you can evaluate its value.
you make x=0 and solve for y. for the x intercept you do y=0 and solve for x
x raised to the power 36 is x36. Without a value for x, there is nothing to solve!
substitute 0 for y and solve for x. then substitute x for 0 and solve for why and you have the x and y coordinates
You cannot solve 'x' in math unless the other number has a variable as well.
There is not enough information to solve for x. x+5x+15 must equal something (is it 0?) in order to solve for x.
how do you solve 8+x=x+8
I am not sure what you want to "solve" here. e-x is the same as 1 / ex.
Set it equal to 0 and subtract x and solve for y
To solve for x, we'd have to know what this expression equals.
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There is no way to solve X - 1
There is no equation to solve, only an expression.
It depends on the equation that you're trying to solve.
The equation to solve is given by. |-2 x + 2| -3 = -3 Add 3 to both sides of the equation and simplify. |-2 x + 2| = 0 |-2 x + 2| is equal to 0 if -2 x + 2 = 0. Solve for x to obtain. So, x = 1
it is 56/99
You cannot "solve" 100 -x since it is neither an equation nor an inequality.