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There can be no solution set because there is no equation nor an inequality - only an expression.

There can be no solution set because there is no equation nor an inequality - only an expression.

There can be no solution set because there is no equation nor an inequality - only an expression.

There can be no solution set because there is no equation nor an inequality - only an expression.

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There can be no solution set because there is no equation nor an inequality - only an expression.

Q: What is the solution set for 2x2 plus 2x plus 1?

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