Substitute the variable in the denominator for a value that will make the denominator have a value of 0 or an imaginary number
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The number that replaces a variable is the solution to the equation. great question, but it's only the answer.??
It's called the "solution" of the equation.
It is to make the variable the subject of the equation.
When an equation has a variable in it (only one), then there are only certainvalues the variable can have that will make the equation a true statement."Solving" the equation means finding those values for the variable.
The solution. If more than one, the solution set.
The goal is to find what value or values the variable may have, to make the equation true.
They are called the "solutions" of the equation.