# How do you verify algebraic equations?

## How do you check if a multiplication problem is correct?

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## How can you check if your solution is correct?

To check if a given value is a solution to an equation:Evaluate the left-hand side expression at the given value to get a number.Evaluate the right-hand side expression at the given value to get a number.See if the numbers match.

## How do you find a solution?

Here are seven-steps for an effective problem-solving process.Identify the issues. Be clear about what the problem is. Understand everyone’s interests. List the possible solutions (options) Evaluate the options. Select an option or options. Document the agreement(s). Agree on contingencies, monitoring, and evaluation.

## How do you do a formal check in math?

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Check your answers to a quadratic equation by reworking them into the original equation and seeing if they equal 0. Write the quadratic equation and the roots that you calculated. For example, let the equation be x² + 3x + 2 = 0, and the roots be -1 and -2. Substitute the first root into equation and solve.

## How do you check algebraic equations with fractions?

Solve equations by clearing the DenominatorsFind the least common denominator of all the fractions in the equation.Multiply both sides of the equation by that LCD. Isolate the variable terms on one side, and the constant terms on the other side.Simplify both sides.

## How do you do fraction problems in math?

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## How do you simplify algebraic fractions?

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## How do you find LCD in math?

Here are the steps to follow:Find the Least Common Multiple of the denominators (which is called the Least Common Denominator).Change each fraction (using equivalent fractions) to make their denominators the same as the least common denominator.Then add (or subtract) the fractions, as we wish!