Solving equations is a critical part of Algebra. An equation is a mathematical statement that includes an equal sign to separate two algebraic expressions. There are many types included in a typical Algebra course. Most types are included in the video content below. There are many ways to solve equations, and each type requires different techniques. To be successful in an Algebra course, students must be able to solve equations.
Learn to solve various levels of linear equations. Types include solving multi-step, variables on both sides, utilizing the distributive property, and learning how to clear an equation of fractions. Linear equations have at most one solution. It is possible to have infinite solutions, this occurs if the variable cancels out and you are left with a true statement. It is also possible to have no solutions, this occurs if the variable cancels out and you are left with a false statement. Examples of both infinite solutions and no solutions are included.
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Linear Equation-Infinite Solutions
Linear Equation-Distribution Required
Linear Equation-No Solution
Linear Equation-Fraction Coefficients
Linear Equations with Fractions
Solve a Linear Equation Variables on Both Sides