is the one solution, is the equation always true, or is it never true.

Also can you solve the equation pls
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The equation can't be solved because it's an identity. 4x+2x is always equal to 5x+x because 4+2=5+1 always, no matter what x is. So there are an infinite number of solutions, because x can be any value you want. The constant 18 can be any value as long as it's the same on both side of the equals.

answered Oct 25, 2016 by Rod Top Rated User (486,900 points)

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