Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Linear algebraic equations with one variable

Equations having one variable are easy to solve in finding the value of that variable.

Equivalent equations having the same solution, for example

x + 5 = 15,
3x+15=45
are two equivalent equations.

Both of these equations are true when the value of x is 10 and otherwise these are false equations.

Further Reading:
Cracking the GRE, 2010 Edition (Graduate School Test Preparation)

Kaplan GRE Exam Vocabulary in a Box

Kaplan GRE Exam 2010-2011 Premier with CD-ROM (Kaplan GRE Premier Program (W/CD))

GRE: Practicing to Take the General Test 10th Edition (Practicing to Take the Gre General Test)

Barron's GRE with CD-ROM
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