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Precalc/Calc http://puu.sh/1y084

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It goes inconsistent, consistent dependent then consistent independent right?
doesn't look like precalc/calc but regardless, A solution to a system of equations is anywhere the two lines cross. There are 3 possibilities: -If they never cross then there are no solutions. -If they cross at one spot then there is one solution. -If they are the same line(possibly just written differently) then they have infinitely many solutions.
Oh crap i didnt even notice it was the same line hahaha

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Okay I understand that :) So for the consistent etc what is that?
And sorry its in my friends precalc/calc class ;O
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