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Here is an example: x + 5 = 5

If you subtract five from both sides, you get x = 0, which is an example of getting 0 as a solution for an equation.

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How is it possible get no solution for an answer when solving an equation?

Some operations cannot be done. For example, if we take the equation x=2/0, there is no result, because division by 0 is not defined.

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