Guys,

I have been given some equations to do, to work out the value of x, and im confused as to how to do the following two, any help greatly appreciated!

1) 3x divided by 2 + 5 = 8

2) 14x - 2 = 2x + 22

For Thursday!

BA777

Guys,

I have been given some equations to do, to work out the value of x, and im confused as to how to do the following two, any help greatly appreciated!

1) 3x divided by 2 + 5 = 8

2) 14x - 2 = 2x + 22

For Thursday!

BA777

I have been given some equations to do, to work out the value of x, and im confused as to how to do the following two, any help greatly appreciated!

1) 3x divided by 2 + 5 = 8

2) 14x - 2 = 2x + 22

For Thursday!

BA777

1) 3x/2 + 5 = 8.

(x by 2) therefore 3x +10 = 16

Therefore 3x = 16-10

Therefore 3x = 6

x = 2.

2) 14x - 2 = 2x + 22

Therefore 14x - 2x = 22 + 2

Therefore 12x = 24

Therefore x = 2.

(x by 2) therefore 3x +10 = 16

Therefore 3x = 16-10

Therefore 3x = 6

x = 2.

2) 14x - 2 = 2x + 22

Therefore 14x - 2x = 22 + 2

Therefore 12x = 24

Therefore x = 2.

Your bone's got a little machine

Wait till you get onto second order differential equations!

Your bone's got a little machine

777236ER. Where were you and this site when I had Math homework to do? I could never sucker other people into doing it for me!

777236ER:

No, wait till he gets to 2nd order PARTIAL non homogenoeus differential equations. Takes at least 6 pages to solve after testing the various boundary conditions and using Fourier series. blah.

No, wait till he gets to 2nd order PARTIAL non homogenoeus differential equations. Takes at least 6 pages to solve after testing the various boundary conditions and using Fourier series. blah.

Let's put it simply, just wait till you go through 'Pure Mathematics: The Core Course for A Level'. Believe me, sometimes I have a very violent desire to tear up the bloody book! Eight months to go and then I can finally do that...

-turbolet

-turbolet

Fourier series suck monkey ass. Find any books by D. Griffiths -- they're pure evil.

My reasoning is, dude is wily enough to ask people on an aviation website for help, he deserves top marks.

My reasoning is, dude is wily enough to ask people on an aviation website for help, he deserves top marks.

Your bone's got a little machine

You guys are doing it all wrong.

That formula has a HUGE flaw in it. Cramer's Law doesn't apply because to this the determinates aren't exponential to y-power (or the 45X/5F Power) unless you have the cotangent (1/tangent) sub(5/3x) equaling the curve-root of the 8/3 variable (7x cubed squared). Of course you have to first square the transponent of the acquired absolute sum of both variables, then the base integer's cotangible and triceptive coordinate (in this case 8). Try using Humplestein's Law of Compression instead, DUH! Hope that helps, makes it a bit easier.

That formula has a HUGE flaw in it. Cramer's Law doesn't apply because to this the determinates aren't exponential to y-power (or the 45X/5F Power) unless you have the cotangent (1/tangent) sub(5/3x) equaling the curve-root of the 8/3 variable (7x cubed squared). Of course you have to first square the transponent of the acquired absolute sum of both variables, then the base integer's cotangible and triceptive coordinate (in this case 8). Try using Humplestein's Law of Compression instead, DUH! Hope that helps, makes it a bit easier.

Well, 777, that's just the reason why I am a computer engineer now, and not a Signal processing engineer.

Fourier indeed sucks. How could a French guy be so mean ?

*joins the anti A Level Maths crowd. I just got back from my three hour evening class and all the equations are a blur .... a perfect cube ... factorising ... laws of indices ... blah ...

Anyway, 14x - 2 = 2x + 22 is straightforward as someone pointed out. Just remember what you do to one side you should also do to the other ....

14x - 2 = 2x +22 - Add the (-2) to 22 so you get 24, and take away the 2x from the 14x to get 12x (try to get the variables on one side and the numbers on the other). So then you're left with 12x = 24, x = 24/12, x = 2.

Anyway, 14x - 2 = 2x + 22 is straightforward as someone pointed out. Just remember what you do to one side you should also do to the other ....

14x - 2 = 2x +22 - Add the (-2) to 22 so you get 24, and take away the 2x from the 14x to get 12x (try to get the variables on one side and the numbers on the other). So then you're left with 12x = 24, x = 24/12, x = 2.

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