MYTUTOR SUBJECT ANSWERS

383 views

How do I solve x-6=15?

To solve the equation means to make x the subject i.e. to make x on its own. Therefore, we need to add 6. If you add 6 to one side you must also add 6 to the other side. 

x-6+6 = 15+6

x = 21

So x=21.

Pearl T. GCSE Maths tutor, A Level Maths tutor, GCSE Further Mathemat...

1 year ago

Answered by Pearl, a GCSE Maths tutor with MyTutor


Still stuck? Get one-to-one help from a personally interviewed subject specialist

328 SUBJECT SPECIALISTS

£30 /hr

Thomas W.

Degree: Biological Sciences (Bachelors) - Oxford, Pembroke College University

Subjects offered: Maths, Science+ 3 more

Maths
Science
French
Chemistry
Biology

“Hi, I’m Tom, a third year Biology student at Oxford University. Tutoring experience: I have tutored A-level Maths, Chemistry and Biology in 1:1 tutorials at my Sixth Form College to Year 12 students. I have also given private tutor...”

£18 /hr

Nandini M.

Degree: Biomedical Science (Bachelors) - Sheffield University

Subjects offered: Maths, Chemistry

Maths
Chemistry

“About me: Hi! I am currently studying Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield. I have a great passion for science and in my eyes there is no greater achievement than to pass on my knowledge to others who can benefit from it...”

MyTutor guarantee

£20 /hr

Jonathan P.

Degree: Physics (Masters) - Durham University

Subjects offered: Maths, Physics

Maths
Physics

“About Me: I am a Physics student at Durham University. My passion is physics, and by association maths, I will aim to instil asimilar passion in students during my tutorials. I am a highly patient and approachable individual.  I have...”

About the author

Pearl T.

Currently unavailable: for regular students

Degree: Law (Bachelors) - Durham University

Subjects offered: Maths, Mandarin+ 3 more

Maths
Mandarin
Further Mathematics
Economics
Chemistry

“Hi! I am Pearl and I am currently studying LLB Law at Durham University. However I did different subjects for my A-Levels and they are subjects that I  love, so I would like to tutor students on these subjects. I am very patient, carin...”

You may also like...

Other GCSE Maths questions

Find the possible values of x when x^2+8x+15=0

How to factorise

You are given a square which you are told has a total area of 100 squared centimetres. You are also told that one side of the square has dimension 4(3x + 2), and the other has dimension 8x - y. What are the values of x and y?

Find the maximum or minimum value of the function: y = 6x^2 + 4x + 2

View GCSE Maths tutors

Cookies:

We use cookies to improve our service. By continuing to use this website, we'll assume that you're OK with this. Dismiss

mtw:mercury1:status:ok