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5x7y=14
7y5x=14
what is the solution of the system of equations? ANSWER IS B???
A) A point
B)Infinitely many solutions
C) no solution
Is the system consistent ot inconsistent?
ANSWER IS CONSISTENT
Is the system dependent or independent?
ANSWER IS DEPENDENT???
Are my answers correct?

5X  7Y = 14
5X + 7Y = 14
M1 = A/B 5/7 = 5/7
M2 = A/B = 5/7
The 2 Eq have equal slopes and do
not intersect. therefore, no solution.
Ans = C
The Eq are not the same line. They
are, therefore, INDEPENDENT and
INCONSISTENT.
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