How many solutions does the equation have?
one solution
infinite solutions
no solution

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First we have to distribute the parentheses on the left side, 2*x is 2x and 2*-3 is -6, so now the equation is 4x+2x-6 = 8x+12Then, we can add together the two x's on the left side, so now we have 6x-6 = 8x+12       Subtract 12 from both sides and you get 6x -18 = 8x    Then you can subtract 6x from both the sides and get -18 = 2x  Now we can divide both sides by 2, and the final answer is -9 = xSince they are not the same and the two sides aren't unequal, there is one solution(:Hope this is helping you(: