In this lesson, we learn how to solve for x when the variable is on the right side of the equation and being divided. To begin, we simplify the equation by getting rid of the denominator. We then move the variable to the left side by subtracting any constants being added to it. Finally, we solve for x by isolating it on one side of the equation. By following these steps, we can easily solve equations where x is on the right side in a fraction.
Solving for x when your variable is on the right side and being divided
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Questions answered by this video:
How do I solve a 2 step equation when x is on the right hand side of the equation, and x is being divided?
How do I solve -1=(5+x)/6
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This lesson shows how to solve a 2 step equation when x is on the right hand side of the equation, and x is being divided.