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8x-5y=20
5y-8x=-20

Please help me with this problem Solve the system of equations by graphing.

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    Those equations are not independent. If you graph them, you get the same line, and no point of intersection. There is no unique solution. Any pair of (x,y) values along the line is a solution.

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