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Help, please? I'm confused. xD The graph of a system of equations will intersect at more than 1 point.

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Answer options are: Sometimes Never Always
I'm pretty sure it might be Never..
If you're talking about linear equations, then they will only intersect more than once only if you have a dependent system. So this happens some of the time but not all the time. Ex: 2x+3y = 6 4x+6y = 12 is a dependent system that has an infinite number of intersections

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the answer is sometimes
Now I'm really confused. ._.
The lines 2x+3y = 6 and 4x+6y = 12 lie on top of one another (since they're the same line). So they intersect at an infinite number of points.
OH. I see what you mean. n.n Thanks.
That's just one example of a system that has more than one intersection
you're welcome

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