# Solving Equations with Variables Worksheets

Solving Equations with Variables (SV) is a way of solving problems using a visual representation of the model of the system. The general idea is to solve for a specific set of parameters by changing values or settings of those parameters in a certain way.

This can be done by providing a problem statement, or hypotheses to solve. Then, different equations can be used to identify the parameters that could be changed. It also helps to provide different sets of equations that may help to change these parameters. Then the system can be solved for, and if the parameters change then a solution can be found.

Problems that might need to be solved using this technique include finding a value for it based on the data; a way to change the value of a parameter based on the data; a way to solve for a parameter value; finding the velocity of a system with no other objects in the system;, or finding solutions for systems where the equations have a maximum value. All of these problems can be solved using the SV. The methods can be used when designing a simulation, or modeling a certain process.

Another way of solving problems using SV is when there are bounding boxes around objects that use equations. This will help to identify the location of an object to find its center. Instead of solving for the unknown equation, you can solve for the bounding box of the object, which is a kind of function.

The Equations With Variables worksheet from Korg contains several methods for solving equations. When the problem has a bounding box then you can use the Open Axes Method. When the problem has both bounding boxes and two-dimensional equations then you can use the Bounding Box Method.

Using the SV worksheet on the Korg machine will take the data from the program and put it into two components. The first component is a program that can enter the data, and then some steps can be done for the data. If the data needs to be saved, the data will also be saved, so the data can be used later on.