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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 Answer choices!! Aye!!! :D Lol

  3. anonymous
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    graphhhhh itttt!!!! :P or on the other hand. use one of the other 2 methods. x = 1/2, y = 5/2. --> solution.

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    I'm confused. :( What am I supposed to do?!

  5. anonymous
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    ....thats the solution. therefore there's one solution...... a system means here are 2 variables x and y. find a value for x and y so both equations are true :)

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    So then my answer would be A? :)

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    yes. the problem isnt the answer though. it's do you understand WHY?

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    Because you have to find a value for x and y so that both equations can be true. And then that becomes one solution.

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    yes :). now how do you get infinite and no solution then?

  10. anonymous
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    To get infinite solutions, it's going to have different answers and for no solution it's going to equal 0.

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