How do you write two different addition equations that have 12 as the solution?
I don't really get your question, but here is my answer nonetheless
Just pick two of the equations from the ones I have listed below, they all equal 12.
There are infinitely many equations, so I will not list them all.
[See logic below]
Let's first limit the question to linear equations with integer coefficients of the form:
Actually, this restriction is not necassary to answer the question but, since there are an inifinite number of these, it will not limit us.
So, we are asked to find two different equations of the form
To simplify matters still further, let's say
[We still have an infinite number of possible equations]
But we must make
To generate our equations we can set
and so on ....
From which we can see that there is an infinite number of equations that satisfy the condition even after the restrictions we have placed.