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Determine The Number of Solutions for Linear Equations

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Determine The Number of Solutions for Linear Equations
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  • We'll learn that some algebraic equations have 1 solution.
  • We’ll also learn that some algebraic equations have NO solution or INFINITE solutions.
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Level 1

After simplifying a set of equations as much as possible, a student is left with (a) 2=2, (b) 4=0, and (c) x=3. How many solutions are there to each of the original equations?

Level 2

Solve the equation 4x – 5 = 4x + 3. Identify the number of solutions.

Level 3

Determine the number of solutions to the equation 4(2x+4)=8x+16.

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