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Q: What is the term for an equation with more than variable?

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A bivariate equation.

Multivariable equation

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That depends on the equation. In general, you'll try to isolate the variable, by using operations (on both sides of the equation) that get rid of anything other than the variable, on the side the variable is on.

you first look at the varaibles and their power if there is more than one variable then you will have how ever many variables there are that's how many separate answers there will be also, if you have a number to the power or 2 then there will be two answers for that ONE variable... if you have a number to the power of 8 then you will have eight answers for the one variable.

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Simultaneous equation* * * * *No, simultaneous equations are two or more equations that have all to be true at the same time (simultaneously) for the solution.An equation with more than one variable is a multivariate equaion.Area = 0.5*Length*Height or a = 0.5*l*h for the area of a triangle has more than one variables, but it is certainly not simultaneous.An equation with a variable is called a single variable equation. An equation that has more than one variable is called as a multi-variable equation. A polynomial equation has one variable in different powers: a common example is quadratic equations.

A bivariate equation.

Multivariable equation

Multivariable equation

Sure. You can always 'solve for' a variable, and if it happens to be the only variable in the equation, than that's how you solve the equation.

well, an equation with one variable is a one step equation and an equation with more than 2 variables is a multi-step equation

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ordinary differential equation is obtained only one independent variable and partial differential equation is obtained more than one variable.

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