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Q: What is the value that satisfies an equation?

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There is no value of x that satisfies the equation. You may be missing an operator (+. - sign).

that is called the solution set

Only one value of x satisfies this [x = 3], but y is not specified, so y can be any value. In a 2 dimensional plane, this would be a vertical line at x = 3

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It is a linear equation in two variables, x and y. Any point on the line defined by the equation will satisfy the equation and conversely, any ordered pair that satisfies the equation will represent a point, in the Cartesian plane, will be on the line.

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There is no value of x that satisfies the equation. You may be missing an operator (+. - sign).

If you found the value of x that is a solution to an equation, you want to substitute that value back into the original equation, to check that it indeed satisfies the equation. If it does not satisfy the equation, then you made an error in your calculations, and you need to rework the problem.

5a - 1 = a - 7 4a = -6 a = -1.5

Substitute the values for the two variables in the second equation. If the resulting equation is true then the point satisfies the second equation and if not, it does not.

None because the numbers 4, 2 and 6 can't be considered to be an equation.

Each and every value of y will satisfy any linear equation in which both x and y appear.

It is the solution to the equation or a root of the equation.

It is called the "soulltion set"

identify the property and equation that satisfies the following statement: the solution of an equation is x=-2.

Present your answer with units. Double-check that your answer satisfies the equation. apex? -fojus

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