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anonymous
 one year ago
Betty and Andrea have been solving systems of equations with one polynomial function of degree two and one linear function. Betty says there must always be two solutions, and Andrea says there will be no solution. Using complete sentences, explain how Betty can be correct, how Andrea can be correct, and how they both can be wrong. (10 points)
anonymous
 one year ago
Betty and Andrea have been solving systems of equations with one polynomial function of degree two and one linear function. Betty says there must always be two solutions, and Andrea says there will be no solution. Using complete sentences, explain how Betty can be correct, how Andrea can be correct, and how they both can be wrong. (10 points)

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