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

asked by Delilah
  1. I agree. :-)

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. 1 correct
    2 correct
    3 correct
    4 correct

    posted by Mac
  3. Thanks you guys so much!

    posted by Delilah
  4. You're very welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. 1.B
    2.C
    3.C
    4.A

    posted by Blahhh
  6. Blah is correct thanks

    posted by Hh

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