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buttermequeasy
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Equation #1
Equation #2
2x − 3 = −17
5x + 3 = 12
Equation #1 and Equation #2 have the same number of solutions.
Equation #1 has more solutions than equation #2.
Equation #1 has fewer solutions than equation #2.
None of the statements above describe the number of solutions to equations shown.
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buttermequeasy Group Title
Equation #1 Equation #2 2x − 3 = −17 5x + 3 = 12 Equation #1 and Equation #2 have the same number of solutions. Equation #1 has more solutions than equation #2. Equation #1 has fewer solutions than equation #2. None of the statements above describe the number of solutions to equations shown.
 3 years ago
 3 years ago

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????
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becca18 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
I think it's the first one.. It's only one solution for both..
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wangkan07 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
yeah I think so too
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