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16 October, 16:25

Abed says he has written a system of two linear equations that has an infinite number of solutions. One of the equations of the system is y = 3x - 1. Which could be the other equation? y = 3x + 2 3x - y = 2 3x - y = 1 3x + y = 1

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  1. 16 October, 17:04
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    The answer is 3x-y = 1the third option
  2. 16 October, 18:18
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    To have an infinite number of solutions, the lines have to be on top of each other ... basically, they have to be the same line.

    y = 3x - 1

    -3x + y = - 1 ... multiply by - 1

    3x - y = 1 < = = this would be ur other equation because if u put this in slope intercept form (y = mx + b), it would be the same as y = 3x - 1
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