DJBreezy
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FAN AND MEDAL FOR ANSWER What is the classification of this system? A. inconsistent B. consistent independent C. coincident D. supercool
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DJBreezy
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DJBreezy
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anyone that knows the answer??
DJBreezy
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DJBreezy
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DJBreezy
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Yoooooo
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are there 2 functions there?
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
No theres only 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why are there two equations on the graph
DJBreezy
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idk thats all the imformation they gave me up there......,
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok I think because they gave you two equations because there are two lines but they just overlap meaning there are infinite solutions
anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe that this system is classified as consistent dependent BUT that doesn't to seem to be up there with your choices
DJBreezy
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everything they gave me is up there/..
anonymous
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anonymous
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When you simplify both equations you get the same equation so the answer is definetly consistent dependent x+y=2 y=-x+2 2x+2y=4 2y=-2x+4 y=-x+2
anonymous
  • anonymous
These are equivalent equations. The lines are actually the same line, and they 'cross' at infinitely many points (every point on the line). In this case, there are infinitely many solutions and the system is called dependent.
DJBreezy
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thx...
anonymous
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I would go with this and maybe ask your teacher tomorrow
anonymous
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Good luck!
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