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6x-9=6(x+3).

One solution, infinitely many solutions, no solution?

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6x-9=6(x+3).

One solution, infinitely many solutions, no solution?

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There is no solution because when you distribute the 6 on the right side you get 6x+18 So the equation is 6x-9=6x+18 This is unsolvable because x must be the same on both sides, so there are no solutions

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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