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-1/3x + y = –1 y = 4+1/3 x

So
\[-\frac{1}{3}x + y = -1\]and\[y=4+\frac{1}{3}x\]
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THAT I can do for sure! :)

That would be a system of equations...

i got three pics to choos from and i dont know how to load them

B.
no solution
C.
no solution
D.
infinitely many solutions

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and \[y=\frac{1}{3}x + 4\]

No you can't do the algebra? Well lets look at the one line's equation:
\[-\frac{1}{3}x+y=-1\]

Now, you have a goal. You want that "y" to be on its own side, all alone.

Sorry I've taken so long!

it is cool

Thanks! So, have you done the addition?
What did you get?

so is it C

Since they habe the same slope, they are parallel, and thus cannot intersect.

Thank you!