## SOLVING EQUATIONS This sections illustrates the process of solving equations of various forms. It also shows you how to check your answer three different ways: algebraically, graphically, and using the concept of equivalence.The following table is a partial lists of typical equations.

LINEAR EQUATIONS - Solve for x in the following equations.

1. x - 4 = 10         Solution

2. 2x - 4 = 10         Solution

3. 5x - 6 = 3x - 8         Solution

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6. 2(3x - 7) + 4 (3 x + 2) = 6 (5 x + 9 ) + 3          Solution

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EQUATIONS CONTAINING RADICAL(S) - Solve for x in the following equations.

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EQUATIONS CONTAINING ABSOLUTE VALUE(S) - Solve for x in the following equations.

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QUADRATIC EQUATIONS - Solve for x in the following equations.

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EQUATIONS INVOLVING FRACTIONS - Solve for x in the following equations.

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EXPONENTIAL EQUATIONS - Solve for x in the following equations.

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LOGARITHMIC EQUATIONS - Solve for x in the following equations.

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TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS - Solve for x in the following equations.

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