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How many solutions are there to the equation y = 14x – 9?
Explain your answer.
A.
There are no solutions because no value can be used for the variable x for the equation to remain true.
B.
There is one solution because only one value can be used for the variable x for the equation to remain true.
C.
There are 2 solutions because only 2 values can be used for the variables for the equation to remain true.
D.
There are an infinite number of solutions because any value can be used for the variable x and the equation would remain true.

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D. You can pick any number for x and get a value for y.

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