How many solutions will this system of equations have?
y = -3.5x - 3.5
y = -3.5x + 3.5
A. No solution
B. Infinite solutions
C. One solution
D. Two solutions
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its ok :) and no i dont :/
match your equation with
y = m x + b
m (i.e. the number in front of x) is the slope
what is the slope of your lines?
for both equations.
in other words they have the same slope
lines with the same slope are parallel
parallel lines do not intersect (cross)
a "solution" is the point that lies on both lines (which would be where they cross)
if the lines do not cross, what do you think the solution is ?
theres no solution?
yes, there is no point that is on both lines at the same time
so no solution.
btw, if the equations were the *same* then the lines would lie on top of each other, and there would be lots of solutions (an infinite number)