Decide whether each equation has one, no solutions, or infanatly many solutions 1.) 2(x - 3) = 2x One solution no solutions many solutions infinatly many solutions 2.) 3(y - 3?) = 2y - 9 + y One solution no solutions many
How many real number solutions does the equation have? y=3x^2-5x-5 A)one solution B)two solutions C)no solutions D)infinitely many solutions I can't figure this question out. Any help would be amazing.
1)How many real number solutions does the equation have? -8x^2-8x-2=0 A) One Solution B) Two Solutions C) No solutions D) Infinitely many solutions If someone could help me with this that would be great since I am confused. Thank
Determine the number of solutions for the following system of equations 2x+5y=7 10y=-4x+14 1)Exactly one solution 2)No solutions 3)infinite solutions 4)Exactly 2 solutions I solved the equations and got y=7-2X/5 y=-4X+14/10 and I
Use the discriminant to determine the number and type of solutions for the given equation. Either A, B, C, OR D 2x^2 = 7x - 8 A One (repeated) rational solution B Two irrational solutions C Two imaginary solutions D Two rational
Use the discriminant to determine whether the following equations have solutions that are: two different rational solutions; two different irrational solutions; exactly one rational solution; or two different imaginary
use the discriminant to determine whether the following eqautions have solutions that are;two different rational solutions;two different irrational solutions;exactly one rational solution;or two different imaginary solutions