[x + y = 6] has an infinite number of solutions.
Just the one solution.
False - such a solution is considered "neutral"...neither acidic nor alkaline (basic).
There is one solution for x and one solution for y. The solution is: x = -1 ; y = 2
There are two solutions and they are: x = -1 and y = 3
It has one double solution.
There is one solution. x = -3
There's only one solution. [ x = -7 ]
Neither of the solutions appears on the list you provided along with the question.
largest exponent = 2, so 2 solutions solutions will be positive, non-whole numbers (fraction/decimal)
The solutions are: s = -3/2 and s = -3/2 they have equal roots
It has no solutions because the discriminant of b2-4ac is less than zero
x=4y+1 x=4y-1 No,they have different solutions.
There is no solution. There is no number that can be put in place of 'x' that can make that statement true.
If: 11x+25 = 7x+15 then there is only one solution and it is x = -2.5
Such a solution would be considered "neutral" - neither acidic nor alkaline (basic). It would have a pH of 7.
0x2 + 1x - 7 = 0
What is the number of integral solution to x plus y plus z equals 100?
There are four solutions to 9x4 plus 27x3 - 4x2 - 12x equals 0. One of the solutions is x = -3.