In the mathematical aspect

Example: A + 5 = 14

This is the example of equation which shows the mathematical expressions in the both sides of equal sign. Here we have to calculate the value of A by adding or subtracting the numbers in both sides of equal sign. Now we are focusing on solving the inequalities of equation by addition and subtraction.

Example: a – 6 = 18

Now if we follow the addition rule (according to addition rule if x=y then x+a = x+y) i.e. add some number in both sides of equal sign to remove the inequality from the equation. Then in next step equation will be

a – 6 + 6 = 18 + 6

a = 24

Now if we want to find out that obtained solution is correct or not then we can do that by putting the obtained answer into the initial equation. It means put a = 24 in the initial equation.

Initial equation is a – 6 = 18

24 – 6 = 18

18 = 18

We can see that both sides of equation have same value then we can say that our obtained result is correct. The above example shows the way of solving inequality by addition. Now we see solving inequalities by subtractions.

Example 2: solve z + 10 = 17

Now we solve this inequality by subtracting the values from both sides of equal sign.

Then equation will be z + 10 – 10 = 17 – 10

z = 7

In the next topic we are going to discuss Solving Inequalities by Multiplying and Dividing and In the next session we will discuss about Math Blogs on Solving two step linear equations.

**solving inequalities by addition**and multiplication is a simpler task, when you are little bit aware of equations and their functionality. Equations are nothing but an expression in both sides of equal sign, which are written in math format and check the equality & inequality from the expression. Now focusing on solving inequalities by addition and subtractions is just placing the values in both sides of equal sign. (To get help on**central board of secondary education**click here)This is the example of equation which shows the mathematical expressions in the both sides of equal sign. Here we have to calculate the value of A by adding or subtracting the numbers in both sides of equal sign. Now we are focusing on solving the inequalities of equation by addition and subtraction.

**Solving inequalities by addition and subtraction**some examples are given below:Example: a – 6 = 18

Now if we follow the addition rule (according to addition rule if x=y then x+a = x+y) i.e. add some number in both sides of equal sign to remove the inequality from the equation. Then in next step equation will be

a – 6 + 6 = 18 + 6

a = 24

Now if we want to find out that obtained solution is correct or not then we can do that by putting the obtained answer into the initial equation. It means put a = 24 in the initial equation.

Initial equation is a – 6 = 18

24 – 6 = 18

18 = 18

We can see that both sides of equation have same value then we can say that our obtained result is correct. The above example shows the way of solving inequality by addition. Now we see solving inequalities by subtractions.

Example 2: solve z + 10 = 17

Now we solve this inequality by subtracting the values from both sides of equal sign.

Then equation will be z + 10 – 10 = 17 – 10

z = 7

In the next topic we are going to discuss Solving Inequalities by Multiplying and Dividing and In the next session we will discuss about Math Blogs on Solving two step linear equations.

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