Do the same thing on both side. If you minus 2 n one side, minus 2 on the other side. Look out for negative and positive. If u minus -2 on one side, +2 on the other side. If you divide something one number not in bracket, you have to divide the other numbers(except for numbers that is in brackets)

- A linear equation is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable. - Linear equations can have one or more variables. - Linear equations occur abundantly in most subareas of mathematics and especially in applied mathematics.

Look out for (positive and negative) signs to know whether to add or subtract and make sure that what you do on one side must be equal on the other side to find out the unknown.

1. LHS and RHS must be equal 2. Linear equations can have one or more variables 3. Negative and positive CAN trick you. If you minus 2 off of one side, you must add 2 to the other side.

Whatever affects one side the other side will also be affected. Linear equations can have more than one variable Make sure the variation / unknown value is a POSITIVE

- All sides are equal - Put algebra variables on one side and the whole numbers alone on another side. - The operation on the left of the number or the algebra variable tells the solver that they should either + or - to make both sides equal.

1)Left hand side = Right hand side. ALWAYS. 2) Remove brackets when you can. 3) If it is like -(5-x) , there is an invisible one. -1(5-x) 4) ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)xXLennyClanXx( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

In Linear Equations, the number on the Left-hand-side must be equal to the number on the Right-hand-side, and any changes made to one side must also be made to the other side to ensure equal values on each side.

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ReplyDelete1) LHS=RHS

ReplyDelete2) What you do on the left must be done on the right and vice versa

3) Algebraic rules still/may apply

Do the same thing on both side. If you minus 2 n one side, minus 2 on the other side.

ReplyDeleteLook out for negative and positive. If u minus -2 on one side, +2 on the other side.

If you divide something one number not in bracket, you have to divide the other numbers(except for numbers that is in brackets)

make sure both sides are equal

ReplyDeletemake sure you apply the working to both sides

always make sure the unknown is a positive

- A linear equation is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable.

ReplyDelete- Linear equations can have one or more variables.

- Linear equations occur abundantly in most subareas of mathematics and especially in applied mathematics.

We should balance both terms, and each line should consist of the variable.

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ReplyDeleteLook out for (positive and negative) signs to know whether to add or subtract and make sure that what you do on one side must be equal on the other side to find out the unknown.

ReplyDelete1. LHS and RHS must be equal

ReplyDelete2. Linear equations can have one or more variables

3. Negative and positive CAN trick you. If you minus 2 off of one side, you must add 2 to the other side.

-Both sides must always be equal

ReplyDelete-When making changes to one side, the other also must be changed by the same way as the first

Always remember that both sides of the equation must always be equal all the time.

ReplyDeleteWhatever affects one side the other side will also be affected.

ReplyDeleteLinear equations can have more than one variable

Make sure the variation / unknown value is a POSITIVE

When solving linear equations, we must make sure that RHS and LHS remain the same and not change the values.

ReplyDeleteThere must be balance

ReplyDeleteLHS=RHS

Algebric methods and rules still apply to the equation.

1. LHS must be equal to the RHS

ReplyDelete2. Algebraic rules will still apply

3. Whatever changes you make on either side must be made on the other side

- All sides are equal

ReplyDelete- Put algebra variables on one side and the whole numbers alone on another side.

- The operation on the left of the number or the algebra variable tells the solver that they should either + or - to make both sides equal.

1)Left hand side = Right hand side. ALWAYS.

ReplyDelete2) Remove brackets when you can.

3) If it is like -(5-x) , there is an invisible one. -1(5-x)

4) ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)xXLennyClanXx( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

LHS=RHS

ReplyDeleteDo the LFS first then the RHS

When the algebra is negative on the LHS, put a plus minus sign on the RHS

1. Remember to check the operations in math

ReplyDelete2. make sure both sides have a different variable

3. always expand first

1. LHS=RHS

ReplyDelete2. If the number on the left is negative, add it to the right instead of subtracting

3.everything must be balanced

Do the same thing to both sides of the equation.

ReplyDeleteBoth sides must be equal (LSH=RHS)

A Linear Equation is a statement that has two expression that is equal and in which the highest variable is unknown

ReplyDeleteIn Linear Equations, the number on the Left-hand-side must be equal to the number on the Right-hand-side, and any changes made to one side must also be made to the other side to ensure equal values on each side.

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