Which statement is true about the solutions for the equation 3y + 4 = −2?
It has no solution.
It has one solution.
It has two solutions.
It has infinitely many solutions.

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- Ehsan18

it has one solution

- anonymous

thanks

- texaschic101

notice that when you solve for y, there will only be one solution

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- anonymous

so theres 1 solution

- texaschic101

yes...1 solution

- anonymous

thanks

- texaschic101

sure thing :)

- MrNood

@leah.desrosiers
do oyu know anything about th eperson who gave you the answer?
is there any reason to trust an answer given like that - many answers here are just plain WRONG
Do oyu understand WHY that might be th eanswer?
if not then you have no way of judging if it is correct
@Ehsan18
do not give direct answers here - it is against the rules ,and does not help the asker to understand the concept

- Ehsan18

its obvious dude @MrNood no harsh feelings.

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