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Can you provide a system of TWO equations in slope-intercept form, with only one solution

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any non parallel system will work?
yush
sooooooo 0_o, an equation?

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i tried but i just cant piece the equation together
y = 2x and y = 3x this has one solution x=0
y=x=0
thnks
are they bringing that show back @UnkleRhaukus ?
what show?\
boondocks, is that not where you got your name from?
y = -x+4 {both equations are in slope intercept form) y = -x+2 can be two equations which have unique solution... :)

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