Algebra

# What is the solution to an equation?

a solution to an equation is the answer

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## Related Questions

An equation that has no solution is called an equation that has no solution.

In algebraic terms, the solution is the answer to equation.

If this value a satisfy the equation, then a is a solution for that equation. ( or we can say that for the value a the equation is true)

A solution to an equation is a set of values for the variables in the equation which make it true.

X4.3 is not likely to be the solution of a normal equation.

y = -2.5 is a equation. And solution to the equation is finding the value of the variable. If we see the equation y is already equal to -2.5 which is the solution to the equation.

Any number that makes an equation true is a 'solution of an equation'. it is a solution

A line is represented by an equation. Each solution of the equation is a point on the line, and each point on the line is a solution to the equation. So the line is just the graph of the solution set of the equation.

How is this different from determining if a value is a solution to an equation?

plug your solution back into the original equation and work it out again

identify the property and equation that satisfies the following statement: the solution of an equation is x=-2.

Substitute the number in the equation. If the resulting statement is true the number is a solution to the equation.

That's an extraneous solution. You need to check for these when algebraically solving equations, especially when you take both sides of an equation to a power.

Yes and sometimes it can have more than one solution.

A linear equation in two variables will not have a single solution. Its solution set is a line in the Cartesian plane. The solution to non-linear equations will depend on the equation.

A solution to an question makes the equation true. For example a solution to the equation 3x = x + 6 is x = 3, since 3(3) = 3+6.

On the list that accompanies the question, there is no equation with that solution.

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