Please answer ASAP!!! What is x-x in algebra? I know this looks easy but I think I'm making it complicated.....
The X in algebra means that the X represents a certain value. That means that value X is supposed to be deducted from value X. For example if X=3, then it would be 3-3=0.
i would say if it is x-x then the answer should be 0 cause you only have 1 number equaling a variable and a number minus the same number always equals 0
0.Regardless of the value of x the formula equals zero.