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Week Two Concept Check When you solve a linear equation, you do operations like addition or multiplication on both sides of the equals sign. Usually, you are left with a variable equal to a number, but sometimes the variable goes away completely. If you are left with a "true" statement, such as 3 = 3, or 93=93,
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Unformatted text preview: then the equation has infinitely many solutions, since regardless of the value of the variable, it will always be true. If you are left with a "false" statement, such as 0 = 3, or -23 = 94, then the equation has no solutions, since regardless of the value of the variable, it will always be false....
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