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If we add a constant to both sides of an equation, we will get a new equation with identical solutions.

This is mostly true for multiplication and square roots, but there are some minor complications/exceptions.

Taking the derivative of both sides will result in entirely different solutions.

Is there a formal way to show how performing some operation/action on both sides of an equation will affect the solutions of the resulting equation?

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