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Q: What is the value that makes an equation true?

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It's the value that when substituted in for the variable, makes the equation true. Ex: x + 1 = 3 The value 2, when substituted for the variable x, makes the equation true.

That's the "solution" of the equation.

It's called a solution

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In the equation x = 3, if x = 3, the equation is true, if x has any other value, it is not. The value of any other variable, such as y, is irrelevant. I would say that the answer is 0 because otherwise y is part of the equation which clearly it isnt.

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Any number that makes an equation true is a 'solution of an equation'. it is a solution

It's the value that when substituted in for the variable, makes the equation true. Ex: x + 1 = 3 The value 2, when substituted for the variable x, makes the equation true.

Such an equation is called an IDENTITY.

Such a value is said to be a solution, or a root, of the equation.

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That's the "solution" of the equation.

a = Zero

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It's called a solution

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