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how do you solve x+2y=17 and 3x+6y=-5 to find out how many solutions it has?

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  1. divide the second equation by 3.

    x+2y=-5/3

    Hmmm, that is a line parallel to the first equation, then never cross, no solution. Your teacher is too easy.

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