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# What properties of equality are frequently used to solve linear equations?

Updated: 10/19/2022

Wiki User

11y ago

Equalities transformed using equal quantities are equal for most common bainary opeartions - with a few exceptions.

The operations include addition, subtraction, mutiplication as well as division (when defined).

Exponentiation to integer powers is included but not fractional powers. If defined, logarithms to the same base are equal. The basic trigonometric functions are also valid transformations but their inverses (the arc functions) are not.

Equalities transformed using equal quantities are equal for most common bainary opeartions - with a few exceptions.

The operations include addition, subtraction, mutiplication as well as division (when defined).

Exponentiation to integer powers is included but not fractional powers. If defined, logarithms to the same base are equal. The basic trigonometric functions are also valid transformations but their inverses (the arc functions) are not.

Equalities transformed using equal quantities are equal for most common bainary opeartions - with a few exceptions.

The operations include addition, subtraction, mutiplication as well as division (when defined).

Exponentiation to integer powers is included but not fractional powers. If defined, logarithms to the same base are equal. The basic trigonometric functions are also valid transformations but their inverses (the arc functions) are not.

Equalities transformed using equal quantities are equal for most common bainary opeartions - with a few exceptions.

The operations include addition, subtraction, mutiplication as well as division (when defined).

Exponentiation to integer powers is included but not fractional powers. If defined, logarithms to the same base are equal. The basic trigonometric functions are also valid transformations but their inverses (the arc functions) are not.

Wiki User

11y ago

Wiki User

11y ago

Equalities transformed using equal quantities are equal for most common bainary opeartions - with a few exceptions.

The operations include addition, subtraction, mutiplication as well as division (when defined).

Exponentiation to integer powers is included but not fractional powers. If defined, logarithms to the same base are equal. The basic trigonometric functions are also valid transformations but their inverses (the arc functions) are not.