Algebra
posted by Del .
Hi, how would I solve these 2 equations using algebra? It states in the question that I have to solve them but all I can figure out to do is to rearrange them.
y= 9x+50
y=9x+100
Many thanks

These are two parallel lines. They never intersect. There is no solution.
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