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    Q and S represent two linear equation. Any value that satisfies both the equations simultaneously are the solutions. So in a graph the points where the two lines intersect gives the solutions.

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    Where do you think Q and S intersect?

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    0?

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    You mean origin? or 0 solutions?

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    origin

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    Does Q and S intersect at origin?

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    they don't intercept

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    Ever?

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    i dont belive so

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    So you believe they will never intersect?

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    yes

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    So how many solutions are possible?

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    yeah No solutions.... Inconsistent equations.

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    Oh, okay

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    yea, if two lines happen to have the same slope (not necessarily identical), then they will never intersect

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