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solve the system by graphing x=-y y+x=6 a. (1,1) b. (1,5) c. infinte number of solutions d. no solution

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    hi darth try graphing this with y=-x and y=6-x if the 2 lines intersect, there will be a root or solution,,if not there wil be no solution...

  2. anonymous
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    by solving these two equations.... y=y...that is -x=6-x or -x+x=6 or 0=6

  3. anonymous
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    d is the answer here...no solution

  4. amistre64
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    x+y = 0 x+y = 6 no solution since they are parallel lines that never cross

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