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Which statement is true about the equation fraction 3 over 4z − fraction 1 over 4z + 1 = fraction 2 over 4z + 1? It has no solution. It has one solution. It has two solutions. It has infinitely many solutions.
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anonymous
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@dieg
anonymous
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yes

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anonymous
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please help me @dieg
anonymous
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ok
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anonymous
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what is the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement is true about the equation fraction 3 over 4z − fraction 1 over 4z + 1 = fraction 2 over 4z + 1? It has no solution. It has one solution. It has two solutions. It has infinitely many solutions.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Combine these both and set them = to 0.
anonymous
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Then combine using a common denominator and simplify.
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uhhh
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Number of solutions to linear equations - Khan Academy

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