
Online solver calculator for linear equations of the form
\( a x = b \) , \( a x + b = c x + d \) and \( a (b x + c) = d (e x + f) \)
is presented.
\( a, b, c, d, e \; \text{and} f \) are coefficients that can be integers, fractions or decimal numbers to be entered into the calculator.
The calculator displays the equation and the solution to the equation if any. Decimal numbers are first converted into reduced fractions when the equation is displayed.
Example:
0.1 = 1/10
0.2 = 2/10 = 1/5
This calculator is a selflearning tool that helps you practice solving linear equations with coefficients that may be integers, decimals and/or fractions of the type listed above. You may generate as many questions with answers as you wish till you master the skills of solving these equations.
Calculator Solver for Linear Equations of the Form: \(a x = b\)
Enter a and b and then solve the equation on paper. When you finish press "Solve". The equation and its solution are displayed. Check your answer.
Coefficients \( a \) and \( b \) may be an integer such as 2, a fraction such as 3/4 or a decimal number such as 0.1.
Note that Decimal numbers, if any, are first converted into reduced fractions in the displayed equations.
Equation
Result:
$x=$
Calculator Solver for Linear Equations of the Form: \(a x + b = c x + d\)
Solve the given equation on paper and then enter values for \( a, b, c \) and \( d \) then press "Solve". The equation and its solution are displayed.
Coefficients a, b, c and d may be an integer such as 4, a fraction scuh as 1/2 or a decimal number such as 1.1.
Note that Decimal numbers, if any, are first converted into reduced fractions in the displayed equations.
Equation
Result:
$x=$
Calculator Solver for Linear Equations of the Form: \(a (b x + c) = d (e x + f)\)
Enter \( a, b, c, d, e\) and \( f \) and then solve the equation on paper. When you finish press "Solve". The equation and its solution are displayed. Check your answer.
Any of the coefficients \( a, b, c, d, e\) and \( f \) may be an integer such as 7, a fraction such as 5/4 or a decimals number such as 0.2.
Note that Decimal numbers, if any, are first converted into reduced fractions in the displayed equations.
Equation
Result:
$x=$
More References and links
Questions on Solving Linear Equations
Sole Linear Equations with Parentheses Using the Distributive Law
Math Calculators and Solvers
