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Unformatted text preview: I know when an equation has no solution when both sides do NOT equal the same. An easy example would be 4x = 4x + 7 After the variables are cancelled out it would look like this 0 = 7. That is not a true statement. Therefore, there is no solution to this equation. Infinite solution means everything works No solution means nothing works...
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 Spring '09
 UniversityofPhoenix
 Algebra

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