It depends what type of question you are trying to answer.
It may or may not exist. If the matrix of coefficients is singular then there is no solution.
There should be no solution if this is an Algebra problem if there had to be an answer it would be 3.6
You are a big problem. Your teacher is a good solution.
A solution is the answer to a problem. For example, in a math problem a solution is this: 5w=25 w= 5
In algebra, a quotient is the answer to a division problem. For example, in "8 divided by 4 equals 2," 2 is the quotient.
It is definatly possible to have a no solution answer in algebra. The most common time a no solution answer will occur is in an absolute value problem. Absolute value problems cannot equal zero so if you have the problem: the absolute value of 2m - 3 = -14 the answer would be so solution because it cannot equal a negative number
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5 x 8 = 40. "Solution set" is probably NOT the word to use here, as it refers to an algebra problem.
Algebra is using variables such as x to solve a problem. One example is x+3=8 in which x equals 5.
an example of an algebra equation would be: 1/3(15+6a)4 read out loud would be: one-third times the quantity of 15 plus six A times 4. this is a basic algebra problem. very easy