## What are some equations that equal 0?

There are many applications for quadratic equations. When you use the Principle of Zero Products to solve a quadratic equation, you need to make sure that the equation is equal to zero. For example, 12×2 + 11x + 2 = 7 must first be changed to 12×2 + 11x + −5 = 0 by subtracting 7 from both sides.

**What is a 0 0 equation?**

If you end with 0=0 , then it means that the left-hand side and the right-hand side of the equation are equal to each other regardless of the values of the variables involved; therefore, its solution set is all real numbers for each variable.

**How do you find two solutions to an equation?**

To solve for , you must first combine the ‘s on the right side of the equation. This will give you . Then, subtract and from both sides of the equation to get . Finally, divide both sides by to get the solution .

### Is 0 0 infinite or no solution?

For an answer to have an infinite solution, the two equations when you solve will equal 0=0 . Here is a problem that has an infinite number of solutions. If you solve this your answer would be 0=0 this means the problem has an infinite number of solutions.

**What is 0 divided anything?**

Zero divided by any number is always 0. 0/1 = 0, whereas, 1/0 is not defined. For example, if zero is to be divided by any number, this means 0 items are to be shared or distributed among the given number of people. Hence, 0 divided by any divisor gives 0 as the quotient.

**Is 0 0 no solution or infinitely many solutions?**

## Is 0 0 A solution of the given linear equation?

Each of these is another way to end up with another trivially-true result, such as “0 = 0”. But no matter the specific steps taken, the result (a trivially-true equation) will always be the same, and solution will still be the same: “all x”.

**How do you know if there is no solution or infinite solutions?**

No solution would mean that there is no answer to the equation. It is impossible for the equation to be true no matter what value we assign to the variable. Infinite solutions would mean that any value for the variable would make the equation true.