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A system of inequalities may have no solution, but is there a case where there might only be one solution?

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1. sure. Two intervals that overlap at a single point.

x+y >= 3
2x-3y <= 1
y <= x/2

The single point which satisfies all three equations is (2,1)

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2. Thank you!!

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