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Q: How may solution are to the equation 6x plus 8-2x(7-2)2(6 plus 1)?

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Yes and sometimes it can have more than one solution.

There is no solution because there is no equation! That may be because the browser used for posting questions does not support symbols for plus, equals etc. You will have to resubmit with those symbols written out as words.

The quadratic equation in standard form is: ax2 + bx + c = 0. The solution is x = [-b ± √b2- 4ac)] ÷ 2a You can use either plus or minus - a quadratic equation may have two solutions.

When an equation is based on false assumptions, you know that it has not solution. At other times, you may be able to tell through trying to solve the equation and constantly failing.

A linear equation in one variable has one solution. An equation of another kind may have none, one, or more - including infinitely many - solutions.

In the simplest case, it will be a number. But you can also set up equations which you are supposed to solve for ONE of the variables - in which case the solution may involve OTHER variables.

The word equation for Gold plus Oxygen is simple: Au+O I may be wrong but this is what I believe it is:)

Details may vary depending on the equation. Quite often, you have to square both sides of the equation, to get rid of the radical sign. It may be necessary to rearrange the equation before doing this, after doing this, or both. Squaring both sides of the equation may introduce "extraneous" roots (solutions), that is, solutions that are not part of the original equation, so you have to check each solution of the second equation, to see whether it is also a solution of the first equation.

The second equation is not complete and there is not sufficient information for a solution. It would make no sense for me to guess what a + b equals since, in that case, I may as well start posting my own questions and answering them!

We're not sure what the question means by "root". It may be what's usuallyreferred to as the "solution" of the equation ... the number that 'm' must be inorder to make the equation a true statement. Here's how to find the 'solution':2m + 7 = 8 + mSubtract 7 from each side:2m = 1 + mSubtract 'm' from each side:m = 1

We identify a set of points in the relevant space which are part of the solution set of the equation or inequality. The space may have any number of dimensions, the solution set may be contiguous or in discrete "blobs".

It is a simple linear equation in 's'. Its solution is the number that 's' must bein order to make it a true statement. The solution may be found like this:4s + 10 = 2s + 2Subtract 10 from each side of the equation:4s = 2s - 8Subtract 2s from each side:2s = -8Divide each side by 2 :s = -4

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