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# Which statement is true about the equation 3/4z = 1/4z − 3 + 5? It has no solution. It has one solution It has two solutions. It has infinitely many solutions.

A linear equation is known to have quite of 1 solution $\frac{3}{4}z = \frac{1}{4} z - 3 + 5$ solve for the value(s) of z $\frac{3}{4}z - \frac{1}{4} z = 2$ $\frac{z}{2} = 2$ $z = \frac{2}{2}$ z = 1