Algebra 1

1.) Which best describes a system of equations that has no solution?
A. Consistent, independent
B. inconsistent, dependent
C. consistent, dependent
D. inconsistent**

2.) How many solutions does this system have? 2x+y=3 6x=9-3y
A. one
B. none
C. infinite**
D. two

3. What is the approximate solution of the linear system represented by the graph below?
A. (4, -3)**
B. (6, -1)
C. (-1, 4)
D. (4, -1)

4. Which cannot describe a system of linear equations?
A. no solution
B. exactly two solutions**
C. infinite solutions
D. exactly one solution

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  1. Can someone help please??

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  2. They are all correct, except #3, which cannot be answered, no graph.

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  3. Thank you!

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  4. number 3 is D

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  5. 1. D inconsistent
    2. C infinite
    3. D (4, -1)
    4. B exactly two solutions
    5. C elimination
    6. A (2, 1)
    7. B substitution
    8. B (8, 4)
    9. B 0
    10. B 25
    (10/10) hope this helps! I know a lot of people really struggle with math and it stresses them out.

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  6. Spankster is correct thanks man

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  7. 3. D

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  8. Answers
    1.d
    2. c
    3.d
    4.b

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  9. Just took this and got a 100 bc of 65435.4.35416354631
    THE ANSWERS ARE D,C,D.B

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  10. props to those who feel for the math haters

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  11. For Lesson 1: Solving Systems by Graphing
    1. D
    2. C
    3. D
    4. B
    5. A

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  12. dingdong is right

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  13. Spankster is correct

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  14. Spank me is right

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  15. Oops I meant spankster XD

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  16. BRUUUUUUHHHH XDDDDD "spank me" LOL

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  17. thank you

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  18. The table below represents two linear functions, f(x) and g(x). estimate the solution of the system.
    C.(-0.5,0.5)
    this is the correct answer

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  19. d
    c
    d
    c
    for connexus

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  20. For me the answers are
    1. D. inconsistent
    2. C. infinite
    3. D. (4,-1)
    4. B. exactly two solutions
    4/4 100%

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  21. just took the test, answers are D; inconsistent, C; infinite, D; (4, -1), and B; exactly two solutions. Hope this helps :)

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  22. D
    C
    D
    B

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  23. 1: D inconsistent
    2: C infinite
    3: D (4, -1)
    4: B exactly two solutions

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  24. for lesson 1 unit 7 folk who need help:

    1. A ; (0.75, 1.25)
    2. C ; consistent, dependent
    3. A ; one
    4. A ; no solution
    5. A ; infinitely many solutions

    I hope this helps :)

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  25. DCDB for connexus students, lesson 1, unit 7

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  26. I can confirm that for those with 4 questions on this assignment, that 1) D, 2) C, 3) D, 4) B is 4/4 (100%).

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  27. Honest great that connexus has a whole group here on this website just for math answers, .

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  28. Oh, and for connexus honors students; Unit 7, lesson 1: Solving Systems by Graphing~ quick check
    1. inconsistent
    2. infinite
    3. (4, -1)
    4. exactly two solutions
    5. graph with this: "no solutions"

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  29. answerss for the 15 question test?

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  30. The answer is
    d
    c
    d
    c

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