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# Question

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For which values of P and Q does the following equation have infinitely many solutions ?

Px-37=Qx-37

lukeskywalker  Sep 24, 2018

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$$Px - 37 = Qx - 37 \\ Px = Qx \\ P=Q \text{ leads to infinitely many solutions} \\ P\neq Q \text{ leads to the single solution } x=0$$

Rom  Sep 24, 2018
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$$Px - 37 = Qx - 37 \\ Px = Qx \\ P=Q \text{ leads to infinitely many solutions} \\ P\neq Q \text{ leads to the single solution } x=0$$