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Did I graph this correctly?

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it looks like a cartesian plane alright, with lines. To what equation?

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The equations at the top left. It's a system of equations
have you looked at this image? the equation is hardly visible.
I can see it perfectly fine.
oh. top left of the actual image. not the graph. gotcha
:P
why not excel? or, simply, use xy chart?
I'm just asking if I got it right or not -_-
the top 1 is off
?
i think they are both off actually.
Rearranged, the equations are y=-1/3+4/3 and y=2x-1.
y=-1/3x+4/3
when x=0, they y should not be 0 or -4 in either equations.
In y = mx + b the equations are: y = -x/3 + 4 y = -(x/3) + 4
I think they have n infinite number of solutions?
they should yes
what was your method in graphing?
I got it. Nevermind -_-
ok. good luck then. if you got questions, holler
The graphs aren't correct and there is only 1 solution.

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