The answer to any math problem depends on upon the question being asked. In most math problems, one needs to determine a missing variable. For instance, if a problem reads as 2+3 = , one needs to figure out what the number after the equals sign should be.
In other cases, one may see a number after the equals sign but a letter or two letters in the middle of the problem. That looks like the following: 2+a=5. In questions like this one, the answer is the number that accurately replaces the letter.
Many math problems are story problems. In order to solve a story problem, one must create an equation based on the information presented in the story, and they must solve for the variable in that equation.
1. Search the answers appendix at the back of the textbook. Notice that it contains at least half the answers, covering either all the odd numbered questions or the evens. Work backward
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1. Addition: Even: If both addends are even. Odd: If one adddend is even, and one is odd. Even: If both addends are odd. Ad. 2. Subtraction. Even: If both subtractends are even. Odd
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The solution to the math problem 13/417/41) is 20/41. Call
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