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    What is LHS in terms of Linear Equations?

    What does LHS mean? My homework says do "Q1 -7 LHS" which means do only the "LHS" sums in the "Solving Linear Equations" chapter but what does LHS mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 22upon7 View Post
    What does LHS mean? My homework says do "Q1 -7 LHS" in the "Solving Linear Equations" ?
    Maybe..."Left Hand Side". Be more specific.
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    Yes, I think it is Left Hand Side, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 22upon7 View Post
    Yes, I think it is Left Hand Side, thanks!
    Indeed, it is! LHS and RHS (right hand side) are common abbreviations when looking at linear equations.
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