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Solving for a Parameter in a Linear Equation - Problem 3
MA, Stanford University
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In science and in upper level math problems called "optimization," it is critical that you can isolate any variable in an equation that has multiple variables in it. Here we look at what appears to be "math with no numbers-" rather, equations that are mostly variables. We "undo" what has been done to our selected variable of choice with the goal of getting that variable all by itself.
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