anonymous
  • anonymous
How many solutions exist for the system, x + y = 1 and y = -x + 1? A. no solution B. one solution C. infinitely many solutions I think its C.... am I right?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thnk u for ur answer Salv.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
mmm i think it is c

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anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry, don't know what happened to my post
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's C: if you tried substituting either x=-y+1 or y=-x+1 into x+y=1 you would find that the variable will cancel leaving you with a consistent equation 1=1. The fact that the variable cancels means that it may be anything. Since this is true for both x and y (which ever substitution you choose to make) then there are infinitely many solutions.

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