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The graph shows the system y = x + 2 and y = 3 - x. How many solutions exist for this system?

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    A. one solution B. no solution C. infinitely many solutions D. cannot be determined

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    There is one solution because the two lines cross at only one point.

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    solutions is crossings

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    its a

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