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26 August, 22:28

3 (x+5) = -4+8 how many solutions does the following equation have

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  1. 27 August, 00:01
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    One solution

    Step-by-step explanation:

    3 (x+5) = (-4) + 8

    3x+15=4

    3x=-11

    x=-11/3

    Alternatively, you can see how many solutions a polynomial equation has based on their degree (the highest variable exponent), which in this case is 1, so it'd have no more than one solution.
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