SAT MATH Program, Solving Algebraic Equations

Notice that the solver program works with only one variable, X. It will not solve multi-variable equations, nor absolute value problems, nor quadratics. Basically, it can solve equations with only one variable and one answer. More than one variable or more than one answer, and you’ll need another submenu option. Those are available for the SATMATH program under quadratics, absolute value equations, etc. Alas, there is no multi-variable option yet available for the SATMATH program.

So, it can solve your generic algebraic equation:

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Even a fractional equation:

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A power equation:

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Or, an equation with a variable as the base:

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Log equations, also:

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Rational Equations, so long as there is only a single answer:

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And even radical equations:

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Just be careful to enclose any and all expressions within parentheses. This goes especially for numerators, denominators, exponents, and logs.

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By Martin

Martin McSweeney is a National Merit Finalist, Pomona College Graduate, and member of MENSA. He has worked at the Center for Talented Youth (Loyola Marymount University campus); Upward Bound (Harvey Mudd campus); various test prep companies; and Whittier High School. Now, Martin helps students of all abilities improve their relationship with math.