🔤Mathematical equations can be deciphered by identifying variables, understanding their relationships, and using graphs as visual representations.

🔢Equations consist of variables and constants, with the variables being placeholders for numbers. Constants are single numbers written with letters.

📉Graphs can be used to visualize equations, with each variable having an axis. The graph shows the allowed pairs of values for the equation.

🔍Equations often include constants, which need to be distinguished from variables. Constants are represented with letters but are single numbers.

🧮In solving equations, the order of mathematical operations is crucial. Multiplication and division are done before addition and subtraction, with brackets taking precedence.