# math

posted by .

system of equations can result in 3 possibilities: consistent, inconsistent, and dependent. Discuss each of these types of solution that can be generated, and describe the graph of each possibility.

• math -

A system of equations can result in 3 possibilities: consistent, inconsistent, and dependent. Discuss each of these types of solution that can be generated, and describe the graph of each possibility.

## Similar Questions

1. ### math

Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the inequality (5, 12); 6y-7x.7 Is the ordered pair a solution of the inequality?
2. ### Algebra

Describe the system 6x-2y=10 and 9x-3y=8 as consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, or inconsistent. Explain. When you multiply the second equation by 2/3, both equations become equal. Therefore there are many solutions. …
3. ### Math

Describe the system 6x-2y=10 and 9x-3y=8 as consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, or inconsistent. Explain. Answer: When you multiply the second equation by 2/3, both equations become equal. Therefore there are many …

5x-7y=-14 7y-5x=14 what is the solution of the system of equations?
5. ### Algebra-Multiple choice

Hello, I have some practice math I'm working through and I'm unsure about the answer. I will also put what I got. Thanks for the help. 1. Solve using any method and identify the system as consistent, inconsistent, or dependent. -2x+y=8 …
6. ### Intermediate Algebra

Solve the system of equations by graphing. Then classify the system. f(x)=x+1 g(x)=-8x+10 What is the solution of the system?
7. ### Intermediate Algebra

Solve the system of equations by graphing. Then classify the system. y=-x-13 5x-4y=-20 What is the solution of the system?
8. ### algebra 2

graph each system of equations and describe it as consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, or inconsistent 10. y+4x=12 3y=8-12x 11. -2x-3y=9 4x+6y=-18 12. 9x-2y=11 5x+4y=13
9. ### Algebra 1

1.) Which best describes a system of equations that has no solution?
10. ### Math

Which best describes a system of equations that has infinitely many solutions?

More Similar Questions

Post a New Question