# Math,correction

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direction state : solve each system by addition. if a unique solution does not exist, state whether the system is consistent or dependent.

NOw the problem looks like this:

2x+3y=1
5x+3y=16

for variable x = 5
y = -3

which is the same as (5,-3)

now how do i determine if this system of solution is consistent or dependent?

thanks to everyone who looked into it but luckally i figured it out.

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