Solving Equations with one, none, or infinite solutions
 5p − 14 = 8 p + 4If there is one solution, write the solution  (i.e. x = 2, just write 2)If there is no solution, write none.If there is infinitely many solutions, write infinite.solution = p − 4 = −9 + pIf there is one solution, write the solution  (i.e. x = 2, just write 2)If there is no solution, write none.If there is infinitely many solutions, write infinite.solution = 12 = −4(−6x − 3)If there is one solution, write the solution  (i.e. x = 2, just write 2)If there is no solution, write none.If there is infinitely many solutions, write infinite.solution = 8x + 4(4x + 3) = 4(6x + 4) − 4 If there is one solution, write the solution  (i.e. x = 2, write 2, or x = 1/5, write 1/5)If there is no solution, write none.If there is infinitely many solutions, write infinite.solution = If there is one solution, write the solution  (i.e. x = 2, write 2, or x = 1/5, write 1/5)If there is no solution, write none.If there is infinitely many solutions, write infinite.7a - 3 = 3 - 2asolution =
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