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# Why are the equations w-x xw and w x-w called identities?

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### Why are the equations w-x plus xw and w plus x-xw called identities?

w - x + x = wand w + x - x = w are true for all values of w and x and that is why they are called identities.

### Why are the equation w-x plus xw and w plus x-xw called identities?

w - x + x = wand w + x - x = w are true for all values of w and x and that is why they are called identities.

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If xwat are variables or constants that are multiplied together, divide each side of the equation by the non-"t" ones to arrive at a "t=" equation. For example, if the equation is xwat = 1, then t = 1/xwa. If there should have been + or - operations in the equation, reverse those first, before doing any multiplying or dividing. Perform the same operations on both sides of the equation. For example, if the equation were xw+at = 1, then at = 1 - xw, then t = (1-xw)/a.

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