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Why is \(\rm \large x\) mostly used as a variable?

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    x marks the spot

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    well i think because of its commoness,also in graphs,cartesian plane.so we can manipulate x as a point in plane but a,or b can be tricky if you desire a slid solution

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    variable,x changes we can obseve y

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    So you are saying that \(\large \rm x\) is used often because it is used often?

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    no i am saying using x in algebra can help us solve problems in algebra with function ,linear programming ,calculus because they already use x and f(x) as a function,wich defines a plane

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