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Concepts covered:first-degree equation, isolating variable, adding constants, dividing both sides, solving for x

The video explains how to solve the first-degree equation 4x - 3 = 13 by isolating the variable x. It demonstrates each step, including adding 3 to both sides and then dividing by 4, to find that x equals 4.

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Qual o Valor de X? | Resolvendo a Equação do Primeiro Grau 4X - 3 = 13

Concepts covered:first-degree equation, isolating variable, adding constants, dividing both sides, solving for x

The video explains how to solve the first-degree equation 4x - 3 = 13 by isolating the variable x. It demonstrates each step, including adding 3 to both sides and then dividing by 4, to find that x equals 4.

Question 1

4x - 3 = 13 simplifies to x = 4.

Question 2

How do you balance the equation 4x - 3 = 13?

Question 3

The value of x that solves 4x - 3 = 13 is _____.

Question 4

All of the following are correct steps except...

Question 5

Select two correct steps to solve the equation.

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