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  1. anonymous
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    Part A: How many solutions does the pair of equations for lines A and B have? Explain your answer. (5 points) Part B: What is the solution to the equations of lines A and B? Explain your answer. (5 points)

  2. anonymous
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    please help!(:

  3. anonymous
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    Alright, so first off do you know what it means when it says "a solution"?

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    yes

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    It is literally asking you how many times the graphs cross when it says "solutions for the pair of equations"

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    ok

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    That's the easiest way to remember it. for an explanation, all you have to say is: Because graphs A and B only intersect once, there is only one solution that satisfies both equations.

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    And the solution they are looking for in number form is just the coordinates to where they cross

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    thanks! but what would the solution be? (3,5)?

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    I believe you can leave it in that form yes

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    thanks so (3,5)

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