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Suppose you are solving a system of equations where one equation is y=x and the graph of the other equation is a line. What are the possible number of solutions?
 2 years ago
Suppose you are solving a system of equations where one equation is y=x and the graph of the other equation is a line. What are the possible number of solutions?

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zepdrix
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Do you know what the graph of x looks like? :) If not, plot a few quick points to get the shape. (When you plug in negative values, they'll be changed to positive when you take off the bars) Then if you draw a straight line through x What are maximum number of intersecting points. If this is confusing let me know c:
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