In this lesson, we learn how to solve a linear equation with infinitely many solutions. By simplifying the equation and noticing that the left side equals the right side, we find that the variable Q does not equal one specific number, but rather any value of Q makes the equation true. This means that the equation has infinitely many solutions, which is a unique concept compared to the usual method of solving equations for one specific solution.
Solving a linear equations with infinite many solutions
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Questions answered by this video:
How do I solve an equation where the left side of the equation is exactly the same as the right side of the equation?
How do I solve an equation that has parentheses?
How do I solve 8q+12=4(3+2q)?
What does an equation that has infinitely many solutions look like?
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This lesson shows what an equation that has infinitely many solutions looks like.