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Two solutions, x = + 1, -1

3.5 = -3.5x
3.5 / -3.5 = x
x = -1

There is no solution. They are parallel.

They are parallel, they have the same slope. They just have different y-intercepts.

which answer?

The first one

No, if they are parallel the set has infinite solutions.

I suggest using geogebra.

Solution means intersecting points.

There are no intersecting points in parallel lines.

Oh, crap. You're right.

this is algebra 1. So no solution?

I'm overthinking the entire thing.

Yes, there is no solution.

Dependent system of equations are the same line.

so A?

Independent system of equations intersect one another, as opposed to dependent. And yes, it's A.

I previously answered a question similar to this, hold on.

okay :)

x+3y=-1
-3y -3y
x=-4y

2(-1)+(-1y)=6

You have to distribute 2*(-3y - 1) before adding +2y.

2*-3y-2

The equation turns into -2 -6y + 2y = 6.
You multiply 2 by -3y and -1.

okay :)

y = -2. Plug it in with the first equation to figure out the value of x.

You're right