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Q: Solve the equation h over -3 minus 7 equals 10?

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Multiply both sides of the equation by 7.

The equation is: ln(1+tx)=tx-(h/g)x^2 BTW

figure it out! But you can''t figure out N in this equation

(4/9) x = That's not an equation. If there were a number after the 'equals' sign, then we could calculate the value of 'x'. But as it is, there's no question there, so there's nothing to solve.

Your equation has two variables in it ... 'a' and 'x'. So the solution is a four-step process: 1). Get another independent equation that relates the same two variables. 2). Solve one of the equations for one of the variables. 3). Substitute that into the other equation, yielding an equation in a single variable. Solve that one for the single variable. 4). Substitute that value back into the first equation, and solve it for the second variable.

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Multiply both sides of the equation by 7.

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The equation is: ln(1+tx)=tx-(h/g)x^2 BTW

It is a simple equation in a single variable, n.

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figure it out! But you can''t figure out N in this equation

(4/9) x = That's not an equation. If there were a number after the 'equals' sign, then we could calculate the value of 'x'. But as it is, there's no question there, so there's nothing to solve.

Your equation has two variables in it ... 'a' and 'x'. So the solution is a four-step process: 1). Get another independent equation that relates the same two variables. 2). Solve one of the equations for one of the variables. 3). Substitute that into the other equation, yielding an equation in a single variable. Solve that one for the single variable. 4). Substitute that value back into the first equation, and solve it for the second variable.

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