# SOLUTION: Explain whether the equation 2x + 7 – 3x = –x + 12 has infinitely many solutions, one solution, or no solutions. I need help solving this equation.Please! Thanks

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 Question 322098: Explain whether the equation 2x + 7 – 3x = –x + 12 has infinitely many solutions, one solution, or no solutions. I need help solving this equation.Please! ThanksFound 2 solutions by Fombitz, stanbon:Answer by Fombitz(13828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Where are you having problems? Simplify first. That's definitely not true. So there is no solution. Answer by stanbon(60771)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Explain whether the equation 2x + 7 – 3x = –x + 12 has infinitely many solutions, one solution, or no solutions. =========================== 2x + 7 – 3x = –x + 12 --- -x + 7 = -x + 12 --- 7 = 12 ------ A contradiction, so no solutions. Cheers, Stan H. =========