7th grade math Ms. Sue please
1.
2(x – 3) = 2x (1 point)
one solution
no solutions
infinitely many solutions
2.
3(y – 3) = 2y – 9 + y (1 point)
one solution
no solutions
infinitely many solutions
3.
10x – 2 – 6x = 3x – 2 + x (1 point)
one solution
no solutions
infinitely many solutions
4.
4(x + 3) + 2x = x – 8 (1 point)
one solution
no solutions
infinitely many solutions
My answers:
1. No solutions
2. Infinitely many solutions
3. infinitely many solutions
4. one solution
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Delilah

I agree. :)
posted by Ms. Sue

1 correct
2 correct
3 correct
4 correctposted by Mac

Thanks you guys so much!
posted by Delilah

You're very welcome.
posted by Ms. Sue

1.B
2.C
3.C
4.Aposted by Blahhh

Blah is correct thanks
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