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anonymous
 one year ago
4x  12 = 2(2x  6) (one solution,no solution,infinite many)
4x  12 = 4x + 10 (one solution,no solution,infinite many)
4x + 12 = 12 (one solution,infinite many,no solution)
anonymous
 one year ago
4x  12 = 2(2x  6) (one solution,no solution,infinite many) 4x  12 = 4x + 10 (one solution,no solution,infinite many) 4x + 12 = 12 (one solution,infinite many,no solution)

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mathmate
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@hilltaiyanna Hint: expand both sides of the equation and simplify as much as possible. If after simplification you come up with 10=10 or 0=0 (with no terms in x) that means there is an infinite number of solutions. If after simplification you come up with contradictory statements, 50=30, or 4=0 Then there is no solution.

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0okay i think the first one no solution what are the others
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