Depends on degree of highest term. a^3 + bX^2 + cX + d = 0 has three solutions. And so on. Finding them is another matter.
An identity equation has infinite solutions.
It will depend on the equation.
It has the following solutions.
If the discriminant of a quadratic equation is less then 0 then it will have no real solutions.
The quadratic equation will have two solutions.
how many solutions does the equation have? 4x+1=5+2(2-4) a. one solution b. infinite solutions c. no solution
you can find it by counting how many numbers they are in the equation
There are two distinct real solutions.
An equation can be determine to have no solution or infinitely many solutions by using the square rule.
They each typically have two solutions, a positive one and a negative one.
240 is not an equation and so the concept of solutions is meaningless.
The quadratic has no real solutions.
As many solutions as there are points in the domain.
if a dependent system of equation is solved, how many solutions will there be?
No. If an equation has many solutions, any one of them will satisfy it.
the maximum number of solutions to a quadratic equation is 2. However, usually there is only 1.
It has infinitely many solutions.
Two distinct real solutions.
It will then have two equal real solutions