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Homework Help: Math

Posted by Help! on Friday, August 31, 2012 at 1:25am.

I'm suppose to 'determine whether the equation is an identity or a conditional equation.

A) -6(x-3)+5 = -2x+10
I solved this and got x = 13/4. How am I suppose to figure out whether its identity or conditional equation?

Same goes with this problem
B) -7(x-3)+4x = 3(7-x)
-7x+21+4x = 21-3x
-21-3x = 21- 3x ?

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