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Identify the system as consistent, inconsistent or dependent. Explain your choice.

1.) 3x - 2y = 12
6x - 4y = 24


2.) x= -5
y= 4

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    1. dependent. One equation can be derived from the other.

    2. consistent. Both equations can be true

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