TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
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mathmale
  • mathmale
Please make certain you understand the meaning of the word "inconsistent." Then look for an example of a system of inconsistent equations.
TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
@mathmale "inconsistent" is to parrellel lines
TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
*two

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563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
"Incosistent" does mean that they are parallel lines ^^.... Now the characteristics of parallel lines is that they both will never touch each other and have the same slope.... so with that said what is the slope of the other equation?
TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
um im not so sure
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
with parallel lines they have the same slope and never touch.... |dw:1449520878427:dw|
TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
true
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
So the missing slope is 2/3 as well
TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
so it would be 2/3x
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
correct ^^
TheEdwardsFamily
  • TheEdwardsFamily
thank u
mathmale
  • mathmale
The slope is 2/3. that becomes part of y=(2/3)x + d. 2/3x is incorrect (ambiguuous).
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
Yes it would be \[\frac{ 2 }{ 3 }x\]

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