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how do you find X in the equation: (X*Y)=X?
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To solve the X*Y = X for X:
X*Y = X
=> X*Y - X = 0
=> X(Y - 1) = 0
This is possible if X = 0 or if Y - 1 = 0
In the former case X = 0, the latter case gives a value for Y, i.e. Y = 1. X can take on any value if Y = 1.
The solution of the equation is X = 0
Posted by justaguide on February 11, 2012 at 10:27 PM (Answer #1)
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