algebra 2
posted by Kim
Classify the system , and determine the number of solutions.
This system is inconsistent.
It has infinitely many solutions.
This system is consistent.
It has infinitely many solutions.
This system is inconsistent.
It has no solutions.
This system is consistent.
It has one solution.

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What system(s) are you talking about?
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