If both sides of an equation are not equal, it won't be an equation any more!
In solving equations, the strategy is to change both sides in the same way, so that an 'equivalent' equation is produced. An equivalent equation has the same solution as the original equation.
You are aiming for an equation in which the variable is alone on one side. The quantity on the other side is the solution.
An equation has two sides, and each of these sides is equal to the other.
Equal quantities may be added to both sides of a linear equation.
That both sides of the equation must be equal
That both sides of the equal sign are balanced.
If both sides are equal, it's called an equation. If both sides are NOT equal, it's called an inequality.
when an equation is balanced, both sides of the equation( products and reactants), equal the same amount.
It was an equation to start with. That is, both sides were equal. So, if you do the same thing to each side they will still be equal. You can also add or subtract the same number from each side and they will be equal. As long as you treat both sides the same they will remain the alike -- that is, they will remain equal.
In an equation, the left side has the same value as the right side. The importance of doing the same thing to both sides is to keep the value of both sides the same so the equation does not change.
it's meant to make all elements equal on both sides of the equation.
Equal sums on both sides of the equation would be 29 + 29 = 58
Yes, the point is that if two terms (or sides of the equation) are equal, then they remain equal as long as you add or subtract the same amount, to or from both of them. It's very logical.
To check if an equation is balanced, you should check if the number of atoms on both sides are equal or not. If they are not equal, balance them suitably. Next, check the charges on both sides. If charges are unequal, balance them too.
If you divide the same number from both sides of the equation,then the sides remain equal.
the numbers of each type of atom is equal on both sides
..equal for each individual element.
That is called an equation. An equation has an equal sign (=), and expressions on both sides of the equal sign.
It is not an equation because there is no equal sign
It means to balance both sides of the equation so that they are equal and in the smallest possible form.
The addition of the opposite, to both sides of the equation. keep it equal
Quantities that are equal can be added or subtracted from both sides of an equasion. For example: x + 2 = 36 subtract both sides by 2 x = 34
The size of the quantities involved doesn't matter. As long as you add or subtract (or divide or multiply) the same number to or from both sides of the equation, then the two sides remain equal.