In algebra, an equation with no solutions means that there is no value that satisfies the equation. On the other hand, an equation with infinitely many solutions means that any value of the variable satisfies the equation.

For Example:

`i)` Find the missing number so that the equation has infinitely many solutions.

\(5x-3=5x+ \square\)

`ii)` Find the missing number so that the equation has no solutions.

\(2x+7=\square \, x-19\)

Algebra 1

One-Variable Equations