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# Linear Equations (Numerical) (F)

Welcome to the GCSE Linear Equations quiz page. We understand that revising mathematics can sometimes feel overwhelming, but fear not, as we're here to make your learning experience both enjoyable and effective. Alongside our quizzes, we've incorporated a dynamic video short that compares average salaries.

Solving equations is all about finding out the value of a variable. In a linear equation, so called because it forms a straight line when drawn on a graph, the highest power of the variable (usually x), is just 1. This means that there is only one solution to the equation. How good are you at solving equations? Try this GCSE Maths quiz and find out!

The key to solving equations is to keep it balanced. One way to do this is to imagine an old-fashioned set of weight scales, with the equal sign being the pivot in the middle. If you remove something from one side the scales will tip, unless you also remove it from the other side. You are aiming to reduce everything so that the variable is on one side of the equal sign, and the numbers are on the other.

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