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 An infinite number of solutions 2009-03-24 From Sean:this is a linear equations problem; first: 3535.5 + Fbd (.866) + Fbc (.5) - Fab (.5) = 0 and -3535.5 - Fab (.866) - Fbc (.5) - Fbd (.5) = 0Answered by Harley Weston. algebra 2008-07-31 From Eric:Would you please solve & explain this equation to me: x^2+2x=x(x+2)? Thank youAnswered by Penny Nom & Stephen La Rocque. Two equations in two unknowns 2007-09-22 From Mary:Having problems doing this problem, looking for a solution with the work. I would like to see how you got your answer, to see what I was doing wrong. solve using the substitution method, is there "no solution" or "infinitely many solutions" 4x+y=4 2x+8y=0Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Leeanne Boehm. What happens when you have zero's on both sides? 2007-06-05 From Lily:On the substitution method what happens when you have zero's on both sides of the equation? Is that considered no solution or infinitely many?Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.

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