# How many solutions exist for the given equation? 3x + 13 = 3(x + 6) + 1

We will use the concept of linear equation in one variable to find the number of solutions.

## Answer: No solution exists for the above linear equation.

Let us see how we will use the concept of linear equation in one variable to find the number of solutions.

**Explanation:**

For the linear equation that is given to us, that is, 3x + 13 = 3(x + 6) + 1.

When we simplify the right hand side we get, 3x + 13 = 3x + 19

We can easily see that for any value of x the left-hand side is not equal to the right-hand side.