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How to Solve Simple Linear Equations in Algebra

Solving linear equations in algebra is done with multiplication, division, or reciprocals. Using reciprocals, or multiplicative inverse, as well as multiplying and dividing with certain formulas, you can solve linear equation word problems.

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