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Spring98

  • one year ago

Does this equation have Infinitely many solutions?

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  1. pooja195
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    ?

  2. Spring98
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    –2y + 2y + 3 = 3

  3. pooja195
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    If its a number = the same number then yes. m=m

  4. Spring98
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    i think it is i am just making sure!

  5. Spring98
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    so it does?

  6. pooja195
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    What is your answer? How did you come to that answer

  7. pooja195
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    ?

  8. Spring98
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    im asking if this equation has Infinitely many solutions? not for answers of the equation here!

  9. pooja195
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    Thats correct

  10. anonymous
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    keep it simple: "A system of equations has infinitely many solutions if there are infinitely many values of x and y that make both equations true."

  11. pooja195
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    -2+2=0 3-3=0

  12. anonymous
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    think of it this way. Does it matters what y will you put in the equation for it to be correct?

  13. pooja195
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    So 0=0

  14. pooja195
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    Yea yr right.

  15. Spring98
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    k thanks! i just wanted to make sure!

  16. pooja195
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    :) next time show your work.

  17. Spring98
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    i don't have no donuts for you! :) lol

  18. Spring98
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    lol

  19. Spring98
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    bye

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