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Solution of Linear Equation

How to solve a linear equation? Please assist me.

Posted Date: 2/12/2013 2:01:33 AM | Location : United States

the solution procedure of linear equation is:

Suppose that M, N, and P are expressions that may or may not include variables, and then the following constitute some rules that will be helpful in the solution of linear equations

Rule 1: Additional rule

            If M = N then M + P = N + P

Rule 2: Subtraction rule

            If M = N, Then M - P = N - P

Rule 3: multiplication rule

            If M = N and P ≠ O then M x P = N x P

Rule 4: Division rule

            If P x M = N and P ≠ O

            And N/P = Q    Q being a material number then

            M = N/P

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