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Unformatted text preview: You know an equation has no solution when there is no possible value for the variable. When this happens the equation can never be true therefore it has no solution. Some examples are: X=Y 1=2 4+1=3+1 There is no solution because if you take a number and add it to X it will never be the same as if you take a number and add it to Y....
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- Fall '09