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# 8th Grade Math Solving Equations

Solving equations unit worksheet will help your students to understand this concept better. The equations consist of a minimum of two terms that have variables or numbers that are connected by an operator (addition, subtfraction, division and multiplication) in between. Some examples of an equation are 2x + 3y = 7 or 3x > 8y etc. An equations can be solved in multiple ways using many steps.

## Important Points on Solving Equations

There are various types of terms that are involved in an equation. Such as: constants, variables, terms, and so on.

• Constant is a numerical value that is fixed in an equation.
• A symbol that does not have a fixed value is known as a variable.
• A single variable, or a combination of variables, and a constant that is combined either with division or multiplication is known as a term.

## Solving Equations Examples

1. Is 3 a solution to this equation : 4x + 14 = 24.

Equation = 4x + 14 = 24.

On substituting the value of x by 3.

4 * 3 + 14 = 24

12 + 14 = 24

26 > 24.

No! 3 is a not a solution to this equation and is unequal.

1. Is 4 a solution to this equation : 4x + 20 = 50.

Equation = 4x + 20 = 50

On substituting the value of x by 4.

4 * 4 + 20 = 50

16 + 20 = 50

36 ≠ 50.

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