# An equation has solutions of m = –5 and m = 9. Which could be the equation?

An equation clearly declares that there is just one equation.

## Answer: An equation with solutions of m = –5 and m = 9 is y = m² − 4m − 45.

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**Explanation:**

Given solutions m = -5, and m = 9

⇒ (m + 5) (m - 9) = 0

One possibility is that of a quadratic equation.

y = (m + 5) (m - 9)

y = m^{2} - 9m + 5m - 45

Y = m^{2} - 4m - 45

### Thus, an equation with solutions of m = –5 and m = 9 is y = m^{2 }− 4m − 45.

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