automaticloveletter
  • automaticloveletter
How many solutions are there for the pair of equations for lines M and N? Explain your answer.
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dan815
  • dan815
this lines look every so slightly apart so, id say 0, but if they are trying to show thay are on top of each other then infinite solutions
misty1212
  • misty1212
can't wait to see the answer to this are they parallel or are they supposed to be the same line inquiring minds want to know..

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automaticloveletter
  • automaticloveletter
I thought it was infinite or 0 :/
Vocaloid
  • Vocaloid
question is a bit ambiguous, it's hard to tell whether M and N are supposed to be the same line or not if M and N are the same line (overlapping) then there are infinite solutions if M and N are parallel but not overlapping, then there are 0 solutions best guess would be infinite

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