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    Solving Polynomials

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    Because 7 = -12 is not a true equation, the equation has no solution. If this is correct, state that there is no solution. If not, explain in detail why it is not correct, and supply the correct answer.

    Finally, create an equation that includes at least one set of parentheses and one fraction that has a solution of -10.

    MTH212-0704A-01 Trigonometry, Algebra, & Geometry
    Assignment Name: Unit 1 Discussion Board
    Deliverable Length: 2 - 3 paragraphs
    Details: The following is offered as a solution of the equation

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    The mathematics is incorrect. There are so many mistakes, it's not funny!

    Here is the correct solution:

    -4[x - 2(2x - 3)] + 1 = ...

    Solution Summary

    A polynomial is properly solved.

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