# Algebra 2

Hello! I was wondering if someone could tell me if the solution to this problem is identity or no solution.
The problem is 4n+5=6r+7 and I think the solution is n=3/2r+1/2 is it an identity or no solution? Thank you so very much for your help!

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1. It is clearly not an identity, since it is not true for all n,r.

It has many solutions, since the equation describes a line.

If the problem was to solve for n, then your solution is correct.

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