## Linear Equations in One Variable | Class 8 Maths | CBSE | NCERT

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Dear Students, in this video we are going to study a very important topic Introduction of Linear Equations in One Variable from the chapter Linear Equations in One Variable from CBSE Class 8 maths. Hope you find it helpful & interesting. Enjoy Learning!

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A linear equation is an equation of a straight line, written in one variable. The only power of the variable is 1. Linear equations in one variable may take the form displaystyle ax+b=0ax+b=0 and are solved using basic algebraic operations.

In this type of equation, the expressions which are involved in the formation of the equation are made up of one variable. I.e. the highest power of the variables used in the equations is 1. The solution to this linear equation can be any rational number. This equation may consist of expressions that are linear on both sides of the equal to sign.

Just like numbers, we can also transpose the variables from one side of the equation to the other side. The simplification of the equations was formed by expressions and this can be done by bringing the equation into a linear form by equating the expression by multiplication using suitable techniques.

We begin by classifying linear equations in one variable as one of three types: identity, conditional, or inconsistent.

An identity equation is true for all values of the variable.
A conditional equation is true for only some values of the variable.
An inconsistent equation results in a false statement.

All the above-mentioned topics are described in an interactive and efficient manner so that the students could easily understand them.