Two lines, A and B, are represented by the equations given below: Line A: x + y = 6 Line B: x + y = 4 Which statement is true about the solution to the set of equations? There are infinitely many solutions. There is no solution. It is (6, 4). It is (4, 6).

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Two lines, A and B, are represented by the equations given below: Line A: x + y = 6 Line B: x + y = 4 Which statement is true about the solution to the set of equations? There are infinitely many solutions. There is no solution. It is (6, 4). It is (4, 6).

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Start by eliminstion which I think will be easier
I think its no solution
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