Equations 7 Quiz - Variables

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1. A symbol or letter of the alphabet that stands in place of a number in an equation is called a

variable radical exponent

2. In this equation x + 5 = 9, x equals

2 4 6

3. In this equation x - 9 = 10 the x equals

1 19 90

4. In this equation x + y = 10 if x is equal to 5 then y must be equal to

5 2 50

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