anonymous
  • anonymous
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.
Linear Algebra
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Kainui
  • Kainui
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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