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2x+2y=6z, 2x-2y=2z and y-z=0

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2x+2y=6z, 2x-2y=2z and y-z=0, how many unique solutions are there for y?

a)1
b)2
c)3
d)4
e) none of these

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Re: 2x+2y=6z, 2x-2y=2z and y-z=0  [#permalink]

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selim wrote:
2x+2y=6z, 2x-2y=2z and y-z=0, how many unique solutions are there for y?

a)1
b)2
c)3
d)4
e) none of these

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Answer is E

Infinite solutions actually.

let 2x+2y=6z-------------------(1)

2x-2y=2z-----------------------(2)

y=z------------------------------(3)


(1) + (2) =====> x=2z --------(4)

from 3 n 4 we can conclude that all the values are dependent on Z

So infinite unique values of y.

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Re: 2x+2y=6z, 2x-2y=2z and y-z=0  [#permalink]

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New post 30 Jan 2018, 02:01
selim wrote:
2x+2y=6z, 2x-2y=2z and y-z=0, how many unique solutions are there for y?

a)1
b)2
c)3
d)4
e) none of these

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why should the solution be b?
the answer offers infinte solutions, since x=2z and y=z

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