Posted by **clueless** on Sunday, May 20, 2007 at 6:24pm.

solve and graph

2x-y=4

2x-y=6

would this be

x=2+0.5y

x=3+0.5y

and then graph as that???????

not really sure what i am doing here

Put both equations in the form of

y=mx +b

Then observe that the slope is the same, the lines are parallel, and have no common solution.

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