anonymous
  • anonymous
Tell how many solutions there are for a system of linear equations whose graph is described below. Be sure to explain/justify your answer. (3 pts.) a. A pair of parallel lines a. b. A single line c. A pair of lines that are not parallel
Mathematics
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
if by "solutions" they mean points where they exist then all three are infinity. if they mean solutions as in intersecting points then A has none, B has none and C would be the corssing point of the two lines
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ya I didn't really know what they meant, but thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Solutions to systems of equations are points which all equations have in common. So two parallel lines have no points in common (they never cross). A single line has only one equation and would thus have infinitely many solutions. Because it would have all it's points in common with itself. A pair of non-parallel lines would have only one solution because two non-parallel lines can only intersect at a single point.

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