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Algebra Expression Algebra Expression An algebra equation is define as the group of two expressions that are join with each other with an equal sign and this valid mathematical expression is true for all the valid conditions. An algebraic equation contains one or more than one variable in the expression and also contains some constant numbers. The type of the algebraic equation is based on the exponent of the variable means if variables in the equation have power equal to one then it is known as linear equation as well as if the maximum power of the variable is two then it is known as the quardratic equation and so on. algebra equation solver is a tool that helps the students to solve the algebraic equation in less time and also it provides the correct answer very efficiently. The most important use of the algebraic equation solver is that user only enters the Know More About :­ Algebraic Factoring Calculator

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equation and solver automatically solves the equation in very short time of period and provides the accurate answer to user. It also shows the step by step procedure of solution of an algebraic equation that helps the user of this tool to understand the whole procedure of solution. We can define the steps of solving an equation by taking an example of algebraic equation that is described whole procedure as follows: An equation is containing several things as variables that are probability define in the lower case and these variables have the exponents that define the number of times variables multiplied with it. There may also be possibility of occurrence of brackets and parenthesis and when solving that equation first of all these brackets and parenthesis are solved. In an algebraic equation there are also some operations that are applied on the variables and constant values. These operations are as addition or subtraction or division or multiplication and these operations must be solved in an order that is multiplication then division then addition and subtraction. This order of operations must be followed by the solver of equation. We can explain the algebraic equations by some examples that are define as follows: Example no (1): What is the number that have twice equal to 64 ? Solution: the above statement can also written as if the number is assumed as x then x * 2 = 64 Read  More About :­ Greatest Common Divisor Calculator

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both side of equation will be divided by 2 as x * 2 / 2 = 64 / 2 x = 32. So the number x is equal to 32 whose twice is equal to 64. Example no (2): Find the number that is the quotient of 42 and give the answer equal to 3? Solution: The above statement is written as if the number that is quotient is x then 42 / x = 3 or 42 = 3 * x or 3 * x = 42 divide each side of equation by 3 as or x = 42 / 3 or x = 14. So the value of quotient is 14 ,we can also cross check the answer by putting the answer into the original equation as 42 / x = 3 42 / 14 = 3 3 = 3 that means the answer 14 is correct.

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