anonymous
  • anonymous
can someone help me figure this out last 3 lines i added after she graded it but not sure what i did wrong here Solve and check. Label any contradictions or identities 3(t+2)+t=2(3+2t) (3t+6+t=6+4t) 4t+6=4t+6 4t+6-6=4t+6-6 4t/4=4t/4 t=t this problem is an identity was told it was incorrect what did i do wrong here as my lovely teacher didnt bother explaining
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Since every thing cancel out I think it would be 0=0
anonymous
  • anonymous
with identity problems wouldnt any number suffice which would leave t as infinite

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