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One-Variable Equations

Solving Multi-Step Equations

a
To solve the equation, let's first isolate by subtracting from both sides.
The next step is to isolate on the left-hand side by dividing both sides of the equation by
Therefore, is the solution to the equation.
b
To solve the equation, we can first isolate by subtracting from both sides.
The next step is to isolate by multiplying both sides by This will allow us to cancel out the fraction.
Therefore, is the solution to the equation.
c
To solve an equation, we will start by adding since it's the inverse operation of subtracting Now we will multiply both sides by to eliminate the denominator.
d
To solve the equation, we can use inverse operations. The first one is to multiply both sides by