A tudent olve the following equation and determine that the olution i −2. I the tudent correct? Explain

A tudent olve the following equation and determine that the olution i −2. I the tudent correct? Explain

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  1. a = -2 is the value of linear equation .
    What are examples of linear equations?
    • An equation with only one variable is referred to as a linear equation in one variable.
    • It has the mathematical formula Ax + B = 0, where A and B can be any two real numbers, and x is an unknowable variable with just one possible value.
    • One such linear equation in one variable is 9x + 78 = 18.
    Step 1 – Write the equation.
    3/a + 2 – 6a/a² – 4 = 1/a – 2
    Step 2 – rewrite the equation.
    3/a + 2 – 6a/a² – 4 = 1/a – 2
    Step 3 – Take the LCM.
    3(a- 2) – ( a + 2 )/a² – 2² = 6a/a²-4
    Step 4 – Further simplify the above expression
    3a – 6 – a – 2/a² – 4 = 6a/a² – 4
    Step 5 – Cancel out the denominator of both sides and then further simplify.
    2a – 8 = 6a
    a = -2
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    The complete question is –
    A student solves the following equation and determines that the solution is −2. Is the student correct? Explain.
    3/a + 2 − 6a/a2 − 4 = 1/a − 2

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