Posted by **Tony** on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 at 12:19pm.

please solve

x+5y=10

-2x-10y=-20

Since the second equation can be obtained from the first (by multiplying both sides by -2), they are not independent and there is no unique solution. There are an infinite number of x,y combinations that are solutions.

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