What is the Solution to the Linear Equation? d – 10 – 2d + 7 = 8 + d – 10 – 3d


Question: What is the solution to the linear equation? d – 10 – 2d + 7 = 8 + d – 10 – 3d

An equation is a mathematical statement with an 'equal to' symbol between two algebraic expressions that have equal values.

The solution to the linear equation d – 10 – 2d + 7 = 8 + d – 10 – 3d is d = 1

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Explanation:

First of all, we will try to club all the variables (d) from both sides together in this.

Simplifying each side individually, we will get: 

d – 2d – 10 + 7 = d – 3d + 8 – 10

Hence, we will get : 

– d – 3 = – 2d – 2

Now, moving the variables on LHS, we will get: 

d = 1

Thus, the solution to the linear equation is d = 1