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One-Variable Equations

Solving Literal Equations

a
To solve for we can use inverse operations.
b
To solve the equation for we can isolate it with inverse operations.
c
As the equation should be solved for we need to gather all -terms on one side.Then, we'll move the other variables to the other side.
d
We isolate using inverse operations.