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- anonymous

The coordinates below represent two linear equations.
How many solutions does this system of equations have?
Line 1
x y
–3 5
0 4
Line 2
x y
0 4
6 2
A.
0
B.
exactly 1
C.
exactly 2
D.
infinitely many

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- nikato

what do you think?

- nikato

hint: find the slope of each line

- anonymous

yea could u graph it or do u know a website? @nikato

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- nikato

try this?
http://go.hrw.com/math/midma/gradecontent/manipulatives/GraphCalc/graphCalc.html
and go to plot points and type in your points

- nikato

you could have actually solve for it.
if you try to find the slope of each of them, you will find they both have a slope of -1/3.
and because both their y-intercept is at 4, they are the same line

- anonymous

so B @nikato

- nikato

no. infinitely many because they are the SAME line. all there points will be the same

- nikato

0 is for parallel lines.
1 is for two intersecting lines.
2 is impossible. two lines cant intersect at two points. they wont even be lines

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