# Ch 39: ASVAB: Solving Equations

This chapter will make an array of equations easier to solve with its effective video lessons and written transcripts. You can assess your understanding of any of this chapter's ASVAB prep material with the practice quizzes that go with each lesson.

## ASVAB: Solving Equations - Chapter Summary

Solving equations that contain parentheses and the process of writing a linear equation are just a few of the topics highlighted in this chapter. Study these additional areas of the chapter to help ensure you're prepared for related items on the ASVAB:

• Defining, translating and solving equations with one step
• How to solve equations with multiple steps
• Collecting like terms
• Solving equations using the multiplication principle
• Using the addition principle to solve equations
• Equations with infinite solutions or no solutions

The video lessons and text transcripts contain clear examples of the material being discussed to help you develop a strong understanding. Video tags make it possible to quickly target specific bits of video to rewatch as you see fit.

### Objectives of the ASVAB: Solving Equations Chapter

The ASVAB's multiple-choice questions across the various subtests are designed to determine how the examinee would fit into the military according to demonstrated aptitudes. This chapter's material corresponds with some kinds of questions you'll come across when you're working through the Mathematics Knowledge subtest. The subtest contains 25 questions on the paper version and 16 questions on the computerized exam.

12 Lessons in Chapter 39: ASVAB: Solving Equations
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