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posted by Helen .
How do you know whether a system of equations has no solution, one solution, ormany solutions?
How can you identify whether a system is consistent or inconsistent????
Please Help me!!!!
Thanks so much!
I believe it is consistant if there is onlii one variable well i mean like the onliy thing that can be multplied by 7 is 7 something like that. i hoped that helped

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