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# What is an infinite solution?

The equation or a system of equations having infinite solutions is called identity/identities.

(a+b)^2=a^2+2ab+b^2 is an identity. It has infinite solutions. The equation is true for all values of a and b.

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An infinite solution means that are an infinite number of values that are solutions.

No, this is not necessarily the case. A function can have an infinite range of solutions but not an infinite domain. This means that not every ordered pair would be a solution.

If the equations of the system are dependent equations, which represent the same line; therefore, every point on the line of a dependent equation represents a solution. Since there are an infinite number of points on a line, there is an infinite number of simultaneous solutions. For example, 3x + 2y = 8 6x + 4y = 16

Any equation, such as yours, with two variables (x and y, on your case) has an infinite number of solutions.

Your question does not make sense, an almost infinite amount of solution could be prepared if desired

If the solution contains one variable which has not been fixed then there are infinitely many solution.

If the equations or inequalities have the same slope, they have no solution or infinite solutions. If the equations/inequalities have different slopes, the system has only one solution.

6 - ( N x 15 ) = No Solution or Infinite Solution. In order to solve this problem there must be something after the equal sign or else we could derive an infinite number of answers.

Yes and sometimes it can have more than one solution.

One of an infinite number of possible answer is y = x + 10.

yess it is possivble, beccause youee can do it if youee try, cause iam a mathmatition :))

Infinite intelligence is a theoretical concept; it has not been, and is not likely to be achieved by any person on Earth. In theory, infinite intelligence would allow the understanding of all things without limit. A being with infinite intelligence could figure out the solution to any problem.

one solution; the lines that represent the equations intersect an infinite number of solution; the lines coincide, or no solution; the lines are parallel

The equations are consistent and dependent with infinite solution if and only if a1 / a2 = b1 / b2 = c1 / c2.

It depends on the equation. Also, the domain must be such that is supports an infinite number of solutions. A quadratic equation, for example, has no real solution if its discriminant is negative. It cannot have an infinite number of solutions. Many trigonometric equations are periodic and consequently have an infinite number of solutions - provided the domain is also infinite. A function defined as follows: f(x) = 1 if x is real f(x) = 0 if x is not real has no real solutions but an infinite number of solutions in complex numbers.

how many solutions does the equation have? 4x+1=5+2(2-4) a. one solution b. infinite solutions c. no solution

Coincidental equations are really the same and are the same line. They have infinite solutions meaning that any solution for one will be a solution for the other.

There are an infinite number of equations with this solution, eg x = 6 - 10; x = 45678 - 45682; x squared = 16 etc etc

No, it has an infinite number of solutions. The coordinates of each and every point on the line 3x + 2y + 4 = 0 is a solution.

There are infinite possible answers. 14/26 is one. 0.538461(repeating) is another possible solution.

A single equation in two variables is, for example. Its graph is a line, and every point on the line is a solution.

The common one is a line. y=mx+b Let's look at the line y=2x+4 This is a line with slope 2 and y intercept 4. The solutions will be all the points on that line and there are an infinite number of them. If x=0, y=4 if x=1, y=6 etc Now you could also look at a system of equations, y=2x+4 and 2y=4x+8. Since these in fact represent the same line, one again the solution is infinite. This is a trivial example just to show you how an infinite number of points can be the solution to 1 or more equations.

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