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Identify the solutions of the systems of equations, if any.
-4x-4y=8
4y=-4x-8

No solution
(0,-2)
(-2,0)
Infinitely many solutions

asked by amber
  1. These lines are the same. There are an infinite numbers of solutions, a y for every x you pick.

    posted by Damon

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