Two lines, A and B, are represented by the following equations:
Line A: y = x − 1
Line B: y = −3x + 11
Which of the following options shows the solution to the system of equations and explains why?
(3, 2), because the point does not lie on any axis
(3, 2), because one of the lines passes through this point
(3, 2), because the point lies between the two axes
(3, 2), because both lines pass through this point
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What is a solution? it's where two lines intersect
@Michele_Laino no it's not right I'll message you the right answer but I want @nuccioreggie to figure it out
To remind you : an axis, or axes as plural, is the big lines on a graph.
oops.. sorry you are right!! :) :) @whovianchick
^those are the axies
A is wrong because the axis has nothing to do with it.
B is wrong because BOTH lines have to pass through a point for it to be a solution.
C is wrong because, again, the axes have nothing to do with it.
D is right because that is what a solution is, it's the point where two lines cross.
@eugene975 you are wrong
I'm very sorry @nuccioreggie , I have made a big error
the reasoning of @whovianchick is correct!
ITS OK @Michele_Laino I LEARN FROM EVERYTHING THANK YOU @whovianchick
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was that your last question @nuccioreggie ?
thanks!! :) @nuccioreggie
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