GED Math : Single-Variable Algebra

Example Questions

Example Question #21 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer the question, we will solve for x, So, we get

Example Question #21 : Solving For The Variable

Solve for b.

Explanation:

To solve for b, we want b to stand alone. So, we get

Example Question #23 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer this, we will solve for y. So, we get

Example Question #24 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer this question, we will solve for y. We get

Example Question #25 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer the question, we will solve for x. So, we get

Example Question #71 : Algebra

Solve for k.

Explanation:

To solve for k, we want k to stand alone. So, we get

Example Question #71 : Single Variable Algebra

Solve for :

Explanation:

Multiply both sides by the least common denominator, four.

This will eliminate the fractions.

Subtract  on both sides.

Example Question #28 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer the question, we will solve for y. We get

Example Question #29 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer the question, we will solve for a. We get

Example Question #21 : Solving For The Variable

Which of the following makes this equation true:

Explanation:

To answer this question, we will solve for y. We get