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# What does one solution mean in math?

An equation may have zero, one, or more solutions (this is also true for a system of equations).

The equation 2 + x = 5 has only solution, for example. x can only equal 3, so there is one solution.

(An example of an equation with more that one solution is x2 = 4. In this case x can equal 2 or -2, so this equation has two solutions. An example of an equation with an infinite number of solutions is x + 6 = 3*2 + x. x can equal any number to make this equation true, so it has an infinite number of solutions. The equation x = x + 1 is an example of an equation with no solutions.)

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## Related Questions

C ; solution means the answer to an addition problem in math .

Depends on the type of math problem. there's usually an equation to see if there is a solution or not.

The process of determining the answer to a problem and the answer itself

It means the answer.In math solution is nothing but a specific method to generate some answers for specific problems. It is basically the answer. for math solutions you can go through find math solution site. Which will help you getting more solved math problems.

There is no real answer to the equation given.

The set of all the solutions of an equation or condition

Mean is a mathematical term for average. Math problem is nothing but a finding solution for a given query. For solving these get help from online tutors they will provide answers for your math problems.

It means to find out the solution of a problem from the given information.

If you mean for a math problem, after coming up with a solution you should usually check the solution in the original equation, to be safe.

Math usually involves only one solution; however, math is still disputed. Consider the debate if 0.999... = 1

Solution is a fancy word for "answer" haa so basically its asking is blank the answer? ex. Find the Solution Find the Answer Both same thing

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If you mean a math problem, "root" is another word for "solution".The "root" of a polynomial in "x" is any value for "x" which will set the polynomial equal to zero, when evaluated.If you mean a math problem, "root" is another word for "solution".The "root" of a polynomial in "x" is any value for "x" which will set the polynomial equal to zero, when evaluated.If you mean a math problem, "root" is another word for "solution".The "root" of a polynomial in "x" is any value for "x" which will set the polynomial equal to zero, when evaluated.If you mean a math problem, "root" is another word for "solution".The "root" of a polynomial in "x" is any value for "x" which will set the polynomial equal to zero, when evaluated.

A solution is the answer to a problem. For example, in a math problem a solution is this: 5w=25 w= 5

Lots of practice is one answer. When Pascal was asked 'how to become an expert mathematician', his answer was 'find an insoluble problem and attempt a solution.' Another solution would be to attempt to answer for yourself, some of the math questions in wikianswers.

Do you mean 4th? because it is impossible to figure out 4xtxh without a solution, an even then, it is impossible without substitution.

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