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Q: When both sides of the equation are squared the resulting equation is?

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Yes because this keeps both sides of the equation in balance.

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9x2 = 81 x2 = 9 <-- Divide both sides by nine x = 3 <-- Square root both sides All in all this is NOT a difficult equation.

If you are solving for y, it is fine. If you are solving for x, divide both sides by x and the equation should be x = y/x

An equation has two sides, and each of these sides is equal to the other.

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Equal quantities may be added to both sides of a linear equation.

Divide both sides of the equation by 3, resulting in a on the left side and 1022/3 on the right. (Simplify as you wish.)

In an equation, the left side has the same value as the right side. The importance of doing the same thing to both sides is to keep the value of both sides the same so the equation does not change.

If you divide the same number from both sides of the equation,then the sides remain equal.

Raising both sides can throw away information. Take x=y: these two items are equal, right? Now look at x^2 = y^2 -- we have discarded any distinction between positive and negative values.

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