Solving for 'x' in an algebraic equation can seem difficult when presented with different situations. Here are a few examples and tip for how to solve for x when there are powers and parentheses in the polynomial equation.

In this lesson, I show you how powers (exponents) and parentheses are used in algebraic equations and how to work with them to solve for "x". If you are a teacher or student looking for online resources to help you understand other things you're having trouble with, go to my website: sites.google.com

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