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One-Variable Equations

Solving Literal Equations

Exercise 1.2

Solution

a
In order to isolate we should move and Thus, we'll add and subtract
b
If we add and then subtract will be isolated.
c
Once again, we'll use inverse operations to isolate the requested variable,

Hint

a

Use inverse operations to isolate the variable that the equation should be solved for.

b

Use inverse operations to isolate the variable that the equation should be solved for.

c

Use inverse operations to isolate the variable that the equation should be solved for.

Answer

a

b

c