## dmezzullo 3 years ago What does it mean for a number to be the "solution" to an equation? Give an example of a variable equation and its solution. Explain in complete sentences how you know that number is the solution.

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@aussy123

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@Converse_Luv

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@ethompsonn

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@uri

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@kymber

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@Jordyn

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@Tryme051

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@Alice_Dump

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@evergirl

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@Agent_Sniffles

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@omnomnom

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@myininaya

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@Miyuru

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@CalebBeavers

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@bobbylynn

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@ajprincess

17. Miyuru

Mention the names in one comment

18. dmezzullo

can u help?

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@satellite73

20. Miyuru

2x+6 = 10 here is an equation and the answer x = 2

21. kymber

22. dmezzullo

watever.... ur not my mom so dont tell me what to do

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@kymber

24. kymber

It's awfully annoying and I'm sure everyone else you tagged in this question would agree. No need to be rude about it.

25. Miyuru

In an equation we subject the variable we need so automatically the equation will be solved for the variable that's all...:)

26. Miyuru

Like the one I posted above. I built up an equation and the only variable it had was x so I subjected it and solve it. That was my answer..:)

27. dmezzullo

ok @kymber im sorry bout being rude i thought u were

28. kymber

I said please. I was trying to be as cordial as possible.

29. dmezzullo

ya forgive me plz

30. omnomnom

I am sorry!

31. dmezzullo

for?

32. Miyuru

33. omnomnom

Idk... O_O

34. dmezzullo

oh its fine

35. Miyuru

Just kidding.. :D

36. omnomnom

Lol nice ^_^