This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on **How To Find Out When An Equation Has No Solution.**

Sometimes equations have no solution. This means that no matter what value is plugged in for the variable, you will always get a contradiction.

Solve: −3(2x−5)=9−6x

y=32

y=x/2−4

Quantity A: y/7

Quantity B: x

The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

Quantity A is greater.

The two quantities are equal.

Quantity B is greater.

Column A: |x|

Column B: x^3

Column A is greater.

The values are equal.

Column B is greater.

The relationship cannot be determined.

Find the solution to the following equation if x = 3:

y = (4x^2 - 2)/(9 - x^2)

3

6

no possible solution

0

Solve:

3(2x−6)+2x=7x−12

-30

10

30

6

-6

Solve .

|3−4x|<0.

x<3/4

x>4/3

No solutions

x<4/3

x>3/4

(a+b)^2=34

ab/2=6

Quantity A: a^2+b^2

Quantity B: 11

The relationship cannot be determined.

Quantity A is greater

The two quantities are equal.

Quantity B is greater

a>0

Quantity A: (a+5)(4a+2)

Quantity B: (4a+5)(a+2)

The two quantities are the same.

The relationship cannot be determined.

Quantity B is greater.

Quantity A is greater.

Quantity A: 1/16+1/17+1/18+1/19

Quantity B: 1/5

The two quantities are equal.

The relationship cannot be determined.

Quantity B is greater.

Quantity A is greater.

8

6

2

4

Quiz/Test Summary

Title:
Finding out when an Equation has No Solution

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