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How many solutions does the equation 5x + 10 = 5x − 8 have?
Zero
One
Two
Infinitely many

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How many solutions does the equation 5x + 10 = 5x − 8 have?
Zero
One
Two
Infinitely many

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- Nnesha

solve for x
if you get equal sides
like 5=5 thats mean Infinitely many solutions
and if you get x= something (then you will have one solution)
and both sides are not equal like 4=9 then there is no solution

- anonymous

one?

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- Nnesha

how ?

- anonymous

Zero

- Baby_Bear69

It would be zero because theres no way 5x+10 could equal 5x - 8

- anonymous

one more?

- anonymous

5x+10=5x−8
Subtract 5x from both sides.
5x+10−5x=5x−8−5x
10=−8
Subtract 10 from both sides.
10−10=−8−10
0=−18
NO SOLUTION! :D

- anonymous

wait what..

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @bby.nessa
i was right yaayyy thankssss
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
no

- anonymous

oh..

- Baby_Bear69

The answer is zero and you had said 1 @bby.nessa

- ali2x2

lol nnesha you killed the moment

- Nnesha

and all of you who just gave out the direct answer
should read this http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
and welcome to openstudy

- anonymous

haha fr

- anonymous

.......

- Baby_Bear69

I didn't give a direct answer, i explained .-.

- anonymous

no chill..

- anonymous

What is the value of x in the equation 2(2x − 5 − 4) = 160 − 17?
40.25
62.25
80.25
143.0

- Nnesha

let her think about it for a sec :)

- anonymous

2(2x−5−4)=160−17
(2)(2x)+(2)(−5)+(2)(−4)=160+−17(Distribute)
4x+−10+−8=160+−17
(4x)+(−10+−8)=(160+−17)(Combine Like Terms)
4x+−18=143
4x−18=143
Add 18 to both sides.
4x−18+18=143+18
4x=161
Divide both sides by 4.
4x/4=16/14
x= ?
U can finish it up.

- Nnesha

still...

- Baby_Bear69

@Excellency that's what i was trying to write but you saved me. thanks

- anonymous

Np.

- anonymous

ok i got it thanks

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