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A system of two linear equations has no solution. How is this possible? A. It's not; the graphs of the two equations must intersect. B. The equations are the same line. C. The equations are parallel lines. D. There was an error in solving the system.

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  1. Kainui
    • 9 months ago
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    So if you have two linear equations there are a couple possibilities. |dw:1394665789521:dw||dw:1394665794559:dw| The top one has a solution. The bottom one doesn't because the lines don't intersect.

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