anonymous
  • anonymous
solve the system by the substitution method 12x-10y=4 6x=5y+2
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radar
  • radar
This is an identity, both equations are the same, there is no specific solution, infinite solutions.
radar
  • radar
Do you see that the two equations are the same?
radar
  • radar
Take the first equation and divide all terms by 2 getting: 6x-5y=2 Now isolate the x variable on the left. 6x=5y+2 same as the second equation.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Would you say that there are infinitely many solutions or empty set solution
radar
  • radar
There are an infinite number of solutions as you actually have one equation, only one line. Examples of solutions x=2, y=2 or x=0, y=-2/5 and so on and on and on

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