Maths Simple Equation part 8 (Questions 2: Solving Equation) CBSE Class 7 Mathematics VII  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
In this video, learn how to transpose terms in simple equations and find solutions using a stepbystep process.
Key Insights
 🍉 Transposing terms in equations involves shifting constants and variables to simplify and find solutions.
 🍉 Understanding the operation performed by each term is crucial to correctly transpose it.
 ◀️ The reverse of multiplication is division and the reverse of addition is subtraction when transposing terms.
 🆘 Simplifying the equation after transposing helps in finding the solution.
Transcript
hello friends this video on simple equations part 8 is brought to you by example.com no more fear from exam question number 8 3 minus 2 into 2 minus y is equal to 7 so in this case which is the term that you will shift the first that is nothing but this 3 so let us first move 3 to right hand side so what will happen it will become minus 2 into 2 mi... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: What is the first term that needs to be shifted when transposing terms in an equation?
The first term to shift is the constant term. In the given equation, "2*(2  y) = 4", the constant term "2" is shifted to the other side, becoming "4/2".
Q: How does the operation change when transposing a term in an equation?
When transposing a term, there is a reversal of the operation. For instance, if a number is being multiplied on one side, it will become divided on the other side. In the equation "2*(2  y) = 4", "2" is multiplied, so it becomes divided after transposing.
Q: How can we simplify the equation after transposing the terms?
After transposing, simplify the equation by performing the necessary calculations. In the equation "2*(2  y) = 4", the simplified form is "2  y = 2".
Q: How do we determine the solution of an equation after transposing terms?
To find the solution, isolate the variable on one side of the equation. In the equation "y = 4", multiplying both sides by "1" gives us "y = 4", which is the solution of the equation.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video discusses how to shift terms in simple equations, starting with shifting constants and then shifting variables.

It emphasizes the importance of understanding the operation being performed by each term to correctly transpose it.

Examples of equations are provided, and the stepbystep process is demonstrated to find solutions for each equation.