Posted by **Michael** on Monday, October 6, 2008 at 6:33pm.

Requesting help.

(I must reckon, that X is a variable, and y is y-intercept)

Q: Try to use the substitution method to solve the the linear system y=3x an y=3x-7. What do you notice?

A) What happens when you graph it?

B) Explain why there is no solution.

And...

Q: Try to use the substitution method to solve the the linear system 3y-6x=15 an y=2x+5. What do you notice?

A) What happens when you graph it?

B) Explain why there is more than one solution?

My highest gratitude for who ever could help! It is critical that these answers are correct.

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