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HELP PLEASE!!! Which of the following is not a true statement about solving two-step equations? A. Two-step equations require the addition property of equality to solve. B. Two-step equations require the multiplication property of equality to solve. C. Two-step equations require all numbers to be whole numbers in order to solve. D. Two-step equations can be solved even with coefficients that are fractions.

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