A linear equation 2x-5y = 7 has (a) A unique Solution (b) Two Solutions (c) Infinite Many Solutions (d) No Solution

(c) Infinite Many Solutions

Since, we are given with single equation, i.e., 2x + 5y = 7 and it has two variables. Therefore, for each value of y, we will get a different value of x. Hence, there could be infinite solutions. 

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