# How many solutions the equation X=−1 has ˏ if it is treated as an equation in two variables

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2015-04-01T15:49:18+05:30

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In linear equation with two variable, every equation has infinite solutions.
2015-04-01T16:19:09+05:30

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If we consider x = -1 as an equation in two variable(let say x and y),
the equation will represent a straight line parallel to y-axis passing through x=-1.
Since a line contains infinitely many points, there will be infinitely many solutions.