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What will the graph look like for a system of equations that has no solution?

A. The lines will be perpendicular.

B. The lines will cross at one point.

C. Both equations will form the same line.

D. The lines will be parallel.

I think it is D..?

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    correct

    some might pick C, but if the form the same line, there would be an infinite number of solutions, thus a solution.

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