anonymous
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Which is not a possible solution of a system of linear equations? A. no solution B. only one point C. only two points D. infinitely many solutions
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AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
This is similar to the previous one...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is it A @AbdullahM
AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
no...

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AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
Parallel lines have no solution..
welshfella
  • welshfella
no not A thats possible ( 2 parallel lines)
AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
How many solutions do perpendicular lines have?
AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
and how many solutions does an equation that looks exactly the same as another equation when graphed have?
AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
whatever you get for those answers, you can eliminate those as an answer choice.
AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
If all else fails, turn to google. But you should already know this stuff.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so is b because it can am infinity amount of soultions
anonymous
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AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
No...
AbdullahM
  • AbdullahM
"If the graphs of the equations are the same, then there are an infinite number of solutions that are true for both equations." http://www.montereyinstitute.org/courses/Algebra1/COURSE_TEXT_RESOURCE/U06_L1_T1_text_final.html

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