Matt said 2x-7=2(x-7) has infinitely many solutions. Is he correct? Justify Matt's answer or show how he is incorrect. _

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Matt said \(2x-7=2(x-7)\) has infinitely many solutions. Is he correct? Justify Matt's answer or show how he is incorrect. _

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Answered 2021-02-10 Author has 14930 answers

1:
\(2x-7+(x-7)\)
2:
\(2x-7=2x-14\)
3:
\(2x-7-2x=2x-14-2x\)
\(-7ne-14\)
4:
\(-7+7ne-14=7\)
\(0ne-7\)
The statement is false there's no solution matt is incorrect

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