need help with identity problems if someone can help
3t+6+t=6+4t<--my work onwards
this problem is an identity
this is the problem and my solution but its wrong i was asked "if this is an identity what is the solution" but i dont understand what my instructor is after here
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You have proven that it is an identity (t=t). There are an infinite number of solutions.
Hi, your instructor wanted you to use the Distributive Law:
a(b + c) = ab + ac
And you it looks like you did a fine job without even knowing it xD
Your solution is not wrong. T = T has infinite solutions.
thats pritty much what i thought but she is asking for something a solution whcih when i look at it i can see to many only thing i can guess at is she wants a number puged into the problem and then redone but not sure if there is something else shes looking for or not