# Solve for k. 8k + 2m = 3m + k

**Solution:**

A linear equation is an equation in which the highest power of the variable is always 1.

It is also known as a one-degree equation.

The standard form of a linear equation in one variable is of the form Ax + B = 0.

Here, x is a variable, A is a coefficient and B is constant.

The standard form of a linear equation in two variables is of the form Ax + By = C.

Here, x and y are variables, A and B are coefficients and C is a constant.

Given

8k + 2m = 3m + k

8k - k = 3m - 2m

7k = m

k = m/7

## Solve for k. 8k + 2m = 3m + k

**Summary:**

By solving 8k + 2m = 3m + k, we get k = m/7.

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