after i combine the like terms im kinda stuck on the next process.

3(h-6) + -2(9-5h)

10h-18  =-18-10h

?10h-18+10h =-18-10+10h?   this is where i get confused




h=h or 1=1
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10h-18=10h-18, which is true for all h. So there are infinite solutions. Any value of h satisfies the equation, so it’s not an equation but an identity.

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