ALGEBRA 1 QUESTION NEED HELP!!!!
An equation is shown below:
2x + y = 3
Part A: Explain how you will show all of the solutions that satisfy this equation. (4 points)
Part B: Determine three different solutions for this equation. (4 points)
Part C: Write an equation that can be paired with the given equation in order to form a system of equations that is inconsistent.
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basically to show all solutions that fit it, either graph it or try using ordered pairs that equal 1. I would graph it, and the spots/ordered pairs (x,y) that the line intersects are the solutions
theres like infinity lol
and for B, just find 3 solutions with the graph or something
C is a bit more tricky
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A system of equations is "inconsistent" if no solutions exist. Graphically, this means that two lines are not intersecting. basically you have to find a equation of a line that is parallel to the other equation.