• anonymous
What is the easy trick to classify a system of equations (using the terms parallel, coincident, and intersecting) by only glancing at the two equations? I used to know but since it's summer I've forgotten how to easily tell them apart just by looking at them.
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  • katieb
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  • lucaz
parallel equations have the same slope, like 3x+2 and 3x-7
  • anonymous
Shabbaranks, Lukaz, thank you both so much! You are life savers!
  • triciaal
coincidental same line usually one is a factor of the other

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