Tutorial; Finding the "X" Value In A Mathematical Equation!

How do I find the "x" in mathematical equations? Well, This tutorial is here to help you!

Given the Equation 5x+5=40 You would subtract the number "5" from "40" which gives you "35"

Then, you would see the equation 5x=35. Furthermore, you would divide 5 on each side. Which then would look like...

\[\frac{ 5 }{ 5}=\frac{ 35 }{ 5 }\]

So your final answer would look like... X=7

Let's do another one, Shall we?

Let's say 4(x+7)=48 The First thing that will be done is multiplying the 4 to everything in the parenthesis

\[4x+28=48\]

Then you would then subtract "28" from "48". Which then the equation would look like...

\[4x=20\]

You would then divided each side by 4... Just like we did in the first equation.

\[\frac{ 4x }{ 4}=\frac{ 20 }{ 4 }\]

So, your final answer would look the same as the first one... X=5

How would we find x in this. tan(x)=1

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