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Q: What is the value of an equation?

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If this value a satisfy the equation, then a is a solution for that equation. ( or we can say that for the value a the equation is true)

when you find the value, you SOLVED the equation. you CHECK the equation when you substitute the value in the variables place and check that the equation is true.

Such a value is said to be a solution, or a root, of the equation.

"430 5" is not an equation and it does not have an unknown value. So there can be no equation which has the same unknown value.

How is this different from determining if a value is a solution to an equation?

It is the solution of the given equation.

It depends on the equation.

That depends on what the equation is.

There is no possible value of x that will satisfy the given equation. There is no possible value of x that will satisfy the given equation. There is no possible value of x that will satisfy the given equation. There is no possible value of x that will satisfy the given equation.

Such an equation is called an IDENTITY.

a solution

an equation that shows how to calculate the value of the next term in a sequence from the value of the current term

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