9th Grade Math
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For my hw i have to graph the following equations
1) x  3y 5 = 0 and 2x = 1  3y
2) y  3x =5 and 3x = 7 + y
3) x = 3y and x +2 = 11
4) y = 2/5x + 1 and x + 2y +11
After done graphing the equations i have to state if there are zero, one, or many solutions.
I have already done the problems and graphed them and here are my answers
1) 1 solution
2) none
3) 1 solution
4) 1 solution

1,2,3 are correct. It looks like you skipped an equal sign in the second equation in 4.

correct.
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