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anonymous
 one year ago
Can someone give me the answer please.
The table below shows two equations:
Equation 1 4x − 3− 5 = 4
Equation 2 2x + 3 + 8 = 3
Which statement is true about the solution to the two equations?
Equation 1 and equation 2 have no solutions.
Equation 1 has no solution, and equation 2 has solutions x = −4, 1.
The solutions to equation 1 are x = 3, −1.5, and equation 2 has no solution.
The solutions to equation 1 are x = 3, −1.5, and equation 2 has solutions x = −4, 1.
anonymous
 one year ago
Can someone give me the answer please. The table below shows two equations: Equation 1 4x − 3− 5 = 4 Equation 2 2x + 3 + 8 = 3 Which statement is true about the solution to the two equations? Equation 1 and equation 2 have no solutions. Equation 1 has no solution, and equation 2 has solutions x = −4, 1. The solutions to equation 1 are x = 3, −1.5, and equation 2 has no solution. The solutions to equation 1 are x = 3, −1.5, and equation 2 has solutions x = −4, 1.

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phi
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0For the 2nd equation, add 8 to both sides 2x + 3 + 88 = 38 and simplify. 88 is 0 and 38 is 5 2x + 3 = 5 Now, what do you know about   ? Do you know that it makes whatever is "inside" positive? In other words, the left side can *never be negative* and that means no matter what "x" value you try, you will never get the left side to equal 5
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