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# dq1 week 1 - you can solve but the expression you could not...

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I have been out of school for more than 22 years so this should be interesting after the long time off and never having to do algebra since but the expression contains the variable, numbers, constants, and operational signs but no equal sign were an equation has the equal sign in it for solving the problem and one or more expressions for solving problem. The equation would look something like 5x + 10 = 30 were the expression could look something like 5x + 10 the equation
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Unformatted text preview: you can solve but the expression you could not because you have no way of knowing what the value of x is. Can you solve for a variable in an expression? From what I have seen in an expression you have no way of finding out the variable without it written out into an equation to solve it. Can you solve for a variable in an equation? In the equation you can find out the variable if you have all the parts in it to make the equation solvable. 10x + 10 = 110...
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