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## I need help asap!!!!!!!!! How many solutions can be found for the equation 3y + 5 − 2y = 11? A. Zero B. One C.

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I need help asap!!!!!!!!!

How many solutions can be found for the equation 3y + 5 − 2y = 11?

A. Zero

B. One

C. Two

D. Infinitely many

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2021-07-22T23:00:46+00:00
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Answer:there is only 1 solution.

Step-by-step explanation:We can solve the equation to find it’s number of solutions, but we already know it only has 1 solution because it is a linear equation (y is raised to the first power).

3y + 5 − 2y = 11

y + 5 = 11

y = 6

This confirms that there is only 1 solution.——-

Answer:B one

Step-by-step explanation:3y + 5 – 2y = 11

3y -2y+ 5 = 11Combine like terms

y+ 5 = 11Subtract 5 from both sides

y = 11 – 5

y = 6

So, Only one solution