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

- anonymous

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- pooja195

when you have m=n <---no solution
When u have m=m <---infinte
When u have m=1 <----one sol

- anonymous

where are you getting the m's and the n's from???

- pooja195

m=number
n=number

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- pooja195

unknown varibles but represnt numbers

- anonymous

so m and n are the same?? this is honestly soooooo confusing!

- pooja195

-.-

- pooja195

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

- pooja195

still confusing?

- anonymous

a little

- anonymous

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

- pooja195

Heres an example
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- anonymous

ok but what does that have to do with this problem?

- pooja195

@jut21 It looks like you just want the answers AGAIN. Did u even read the question?

- anonymous

They are giving you an example to teach you.

- anonymous

We're just trying to help you learn it.

- anonymous

nope im not. and yes I did read the question.

- pooja195

So using the examples answer your question

- anonymous

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?

- pooja195

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.

- anonymous

Sorry that is not how Open Study works and it would be against OS COC to give you answers.

- pooja195

Have a good day. Bye.

- anonymous

people give people answers on here all the time. @team_cuban

- anonymous

They are not supposed to.

- anonymous

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.

- Loser66

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?

- anonymous

I'm a sophomore buddy I have time

- pooja195

Exactly u have time

- pooja195

Use it to learn

- anonymous

I'm a sophomore as well. Please don't make your age or something as an excuse to not learn something.

- pooja195

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- anonymous

so nobody can help me out just this one time?

- Loser66

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.

- anonymous

ok well I have no time for explanations... that's b

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