You need two equations to use the addition method.
When talking about a "system of equations", you would normally expect to have two or more equations. It is quite common to have as many equations as you have variables, so in this case you should have two equations.
62-56 equals = 6
93-56 equals = 37
X = 135 and y = 15 Solved by addition and substitution
Addition and subtraction are mathematical processes. They can be used in equations, which are statements that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal, but they are not equations by themselves.
what times 14 equals 56? =4
They can but don't have to.
56 plus zero
6.2222222222222222 recurring times 9 equals 56.
a + b = b + a
No whole number timesed (timsed) by itself equals 56. The square root of 56 is 7.48331477354788.
56 multiplied by 56 is 3,136.
Systems of equations don't equal numbers.
There are 56 feet in 56 feet.
Indeed, these two equations are the same - because addition is a commutative function.
56 degrees Fahrenheit equals 13.333333 degrees Celsius.