anonymous
  • anonymous
you graph a system of equatin and the two lines overlap, or lie right on top of one another. Explain what this tells you about the 1. solution to the system 2. The two equations 3. The results if the systems was solved algerbraically
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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experimentX
  • experimentX
the two lines are same
anonymous
  • anonymous
what does that me? its the same for what im sorry im terrible in math ...me for what? Im sorry i am terrible in math ...
phi
  • phi
you graph a system of equations First, do you know what this means? a system equation is two or more equations. the equations are equations of lines example y= x and y= -x+1 If you plot these lines they (might) cross somewheres. At that point (x,y), the x,y makes both equations true. But sometimes you have two equations y= x and y= x (the same equation) and when you plot them, they lie on top of each other.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
THANKS!! SO MUCH!!!!
phi
  • phi
I have not answered yet. For 1. the solution to the system - all (x,y) points fit both equations (being the same equation) You have an infinite number of solutions For 2. the 2 equations - are identical to each other. For 3. if solved algebraically you will get 1=1 or a tautology

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