3(y+3) + 5y = 4(2y + 1) +5
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3(x+3) +5x =4(2x+1)+5 . . . 3x+9 +5x =8x+4 +5 . . . 3x+5x -8x +9=4 +5 . . . (8x-8x) +(9-9)=0 . . . . 0=0 alwaes true
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3y + 9 + 5y = 8y + 4 + 5

8y + 9 = 8y + 9

Infinite solutions.
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3(y+3) + 5y = 4(2y+1) + 5

3y + 9 +5y = 8y + 4 + 5

8y + 9 = 8y + 9

Identity, so it's always true
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X<-2
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4(2x-3) < 8(x+1)
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