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Two Week Solving Algebraic Equations and Inequalities
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Post your 50-word response to the following:
How do you know when an equation has infinitely many solutions?
How do you know when an equation has no solution?
When solving an equation, if we simplify the equations get and 2=2 or 5=5 or
similar equations that are always true, then the equation has infinitely many solutions.
When solving an equation, if we simplify the equations and at last get a false
statement, for example,3=5 or 0=9 or similar equations, the equation has no
solution.

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