algebra

-5x - 5y = -6
-5/2x - 5/2y = -6

a) (-2,2)
b) (-2,-2)
c)none
d)infinite number of solutions

and the answer i picked was c

thanks

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  1. Correct. The two equations would be graphed as parallel lines that never meet.

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