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The system of equations is inconsistent. What are the missing values? y= 2/3x+3 y= ?/? x+5
The system of equations is inconsistent if it has no solutions. Therefore if you insert \[y=2/3x+3, y=2/3x+5\] then if you solve it you get y=3, and y=5 which makes no sense
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For the graph shown, select the statement that best represents the given system of equations.
For the graph shown, select the statement that best represents the given system of equations. 5y – 7x = 10 3y + 4x = 6 Number graph that ranges from negative seven to eight on the x and y axes. A line passes through (zero, two) and (three, negative two). A second line passes through (zero, two) and (negative three, negative two). A. not enough information B. coincident C. consistent and independent D. inconsistent Question Resources
I'm not sure at all I'm guessing c but don't count on mine lol
It is a system of equations that has at least one solution, so it is consistent. But I dont know the definition of independent.
The equations of a linear system are independent if none of the equations can be derived algebraically from the others. So it is also independent, I believe. Therefore the answer is C.
thanks i need help with one more
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The system of equations is inconsistent. What are the missing values? y= 2/3 x+3 y=?/?x+5
The system of equations is inconsistent if it has no solutions. Therefore if you insert \[y=2/3x+3,y=2/3x+5\] then if you solve it you get y=3, and y=5 which makes no sense
- Isnt that the same as the first question?
it is sorry
but it has to be a number