Linear Equations in one variable Worksheet are designed with a vision to improve the mathematical skills of the students who are weak in Linear Equations. These worksheets cover all the basic concepts of Fractions for the CBSE class 8 students.
A linear or first-degree equation (LE) in one variable x is an equation that can be written in the standard form
Ax+b = 0
where a and b are real numbers and a + = ≠
x = -1, x – 2 = 6, 3x + 5 = 0, -5x + 7 = 3
A linear expression is a formula consisting of a sum of terms of the form ax and b, where a and b are numbers and x represents an unknown. By unknown we mean a symbol which stands for a number; it could be a specific one yet to be determined, or one yet to be chosen, or any possible number, depending upon the context. Since “x” represents an unknown, we could replace it by any letter and still have the same sentence.
Points to solve Linear Equations :
- Isolate variable terms on one side and constant terms on the other side.
- Remember, to generate equivalents equations you can use the following operations.
- Add /subtract the same real number/expression on both sides of the equation.
- Simplify an expression by removing grouping symbols and combining like terms.
- Interchange two sides of the equation.
- Multiply/divide on both sides of the equation by the same nonzero quantity.