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Q: How do you solve an equation where x is a numerator?

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Solve the equation for x, and enter your answer in the box below.

In its normal form, you do not solve differential equation for x, but for a function of x, usually denoted by y = f(x).

There is no equation to solve, only an expression.

At the x-intercept on the graph of the equation, y=0. Take the equation, set 'y' equal to zero, and solve the equation for 'x'. The number you get is the x-intercept.

1042, or x=2605

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Solve the equation for x, and enter your answer in the box below.

In its normal form, you do not solve differential equation for x, but for a function of x, usually denoted by y = f(x).

It depends on the equation that you're trying to solve.

There is no equation to solve, only an expression.

You need not have x in an algebraic equation. You solve whichever one is the easiest and that depends on the set of equations that you have.

if the equation was 7x = 42. The answer would be x = 6

The quadratic formula cannot be used to solve an equation if the coefficient of the equation x square term is what?

Set up the equation and solve: x + 5 = -13 (next subtract 5 from each side of the equation to solve for x) x = -18

You would set the equation equal to 0 and then solve for x. You may get one or several answers for x, x being the number(s) that make the equation equal 0.

When you separate the characters in the equation, you see one and seven separated by an X. You can solve the equation by multiplying -- the function of X -- one times seven: the answer is seven.

Without an equality sign the information given does not qualify it to be an equation

x = 2

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