If you were solving a system of equations and you came to a statement like 4 = 4, what do you know about the solution to the system? A) The solution is (4, 4) B) The solution is x = 4 and y = 4 C) There is no solution D) There are infinitely many solutions

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If you were solving a system of equations and you came to a statement like 4 = 4, what do you know about the solution to the system? A) The solution is (4, 4) B) The solution is x = 4 and y = 4 C) There is no solution D) There are infinitely many solutions

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when you have m=n <---no solution When u have m=m <---infinte When u have m=1 <----one sol
where are you getting the m's and the n's from???
m=number n=number

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unknown varibles but represnt numbers
so m and n are the same?? this is honestly soooooo confusing!
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lets try this if a number and a number equal each other (same numbers) <---they are infite solutions if a number is diffrent from the number on the other end of the equal sign there is no solution
still confusing?
a little
Just like what @pooja195 said when you have 5=1 <---no solution When u have 5=5 <---infinte When u have 5=1 <----one sol
Heres an example |dw:1437947891714:dw|
ok but what does that have to do with this problem?
@jut21 It looks like you just want the answers AGAIN. Did u even read the question?
They are giving you an example to teach you.
We're just trying to help you learn it.
nope im not. and yes I did read the question.
So using the examples answer your question
I have a lot of stuff due tomorrow and I don't have time for explanations... could somebody just give me some answer just for today?
If you dont want to work im not helping you i did 1 with you and nearly gave u the answer if you dont want to work and are looking for JUST answers this is the wrong site.
Sorry that is not how Open Study works and it would be against OS COC to give you answers.
Have a good day. Bye.
people give people answers on here all the time. @team_cuban
They are not supposed to.
Now if you want to take the easy way out you will most likely fail the SAT or ACT so please try to learn the material.
yes, they are, because they want to re-inform their knowledge than helping people. It's no charge if they do wrong, why not? right?
I'm a sophomore buddy I have time
Exactly u have time
Use it to learn
I'm a sophomore as well. Please don't make your age or something as an excuse to not learn something.
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so nobody can help me out just this one time?
I used to give answers for free in cases of: 1) recall my knowledge. 2) no time to explain 3) the stuff the asker master, just stuck at some point.
ok well I have no time for explanations... that's b

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