## What is an equation with more than one operation?

Multi-step equations are algebraic expressions that require more than one operation, such as subtraction, addition, multiplication, division, or exponentiation, to solve. It is important to know about the order of operations when solving multi-step equations.

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**What is an example of an equation with one solution?**

For example, 2x+3=8 is a linear equation having a single variable in it. Therefore, this equation has only one solution, which is x = 5/2.

### What equation has only one solution?

A system of linear equations has one solution when the graphs intersect at a point.

**What is a one step equation?**

A one-step equation is an algebraic equation you can solve in only one step. You’ve solved the equation when you get the variable by itself, with no numbers in front of it, on one side of the equal sign.

## Which system of equations has only one solution?

independent system

An independent system has exactly one solution pair (x,y) . The point where the two lines intersect is the only solution.

**Can a quadratic equation have one solution?**

As we have seen, there can be 0, 1, or 2 solutions to a quadratic equation, depending on whether the expression inside the square root sign, (b2 – 4ac), is positive, negative, or zero. This expression has a special name: the discriminant.

### How do you solve one step equations with inverse operations?

In order to solve an equation, one must find a value of the variable that makes an equation true, or a solution. To find a solution for a one-step equation, you will use inverse operations. Examples of inverse operations are: text {Addition} leftrightarrow text {Subtraction} Addition ↔ Subtraction

**What is an example of a one step equation?**

A one-step equationis an equation that only requires one step to solve! You can solve a one-step equation with addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. Examples of one-step equations Below are four simple examples of one-step equations: x + 3 = 15 6 + y = 10 5z = 35

## How to eliminate a term on one side of an equation?

To eliminate a term on one side of the equation, you use the opposite mathematical operation. Whatever you do to one side of the equation, you MUST do to the other side of the equation. This keeps the equation balanced!

**How do you solve a one-step equation with fractions?**

When a one-step equation involves fractions, there are two ways that we can solve the equation. The first method treats the fraction the same as our division example above. For instance, we will solve for x x in the following equation: