Interesting Math History 


Question : 
What is a 'Literal Equation' ? 
Answer : 
A Literal Equation is an equation in which letters are used to represent numbers. 
In mathematics that arise in business and
work it is often necessary to find the value of a Literal Expression when the numerical values of the letter variables are
given. This process is known as evaluating the equation.

For Example,

Solve x for equation, ax + b = c

Now let us move b on other side, so equation becomes
ax = c  b

Now let us move a on other side, so equation becomes
