Keyword | CPC | PCC | Volume | Score |
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equations with variables on both sides calc | 1.3 | 1 | 8766 | 61 |

To solve equations with variables on both sides, move the constants to the right side of the equation, simplify, move the variables to the left side and simplify. If the variable is negative, multiply both sides by -1 to make it positive.

To solve inequalities with variables on both sides, we have to follow the steps given below. Step 1 : By using basic operations like addition and subtraction, bring all "x" terms to the left side. Step 2 : Bring constants to the right side. If we have any fractions in the given inequality , we have to take L.C.M and simplify. Step 3 :

Linear Equations in two variables can be solved by any one of the above methods specified. Linear Equations in two variables examples: Solve : 2x + 3y = 11 ; x - 2y = 2 by the Method of Substitution. Solution: By the method of substitution we find one of the variable from one of the equation and substitute it in the other equation.