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Two or more equations with the same variables is called?

A system of equations

The graph has one solution

One intercept

The system has no solution

Parallel lines have no intersection, so there are no solutions

infinitely many solutions

Same slope and intercepts, intersects at infinitely many points

Solve y = 2x +5 & y = 2x - 3

No solution - Parallel lines (same slope, different y-intercepts)

Solve y = x - 2 & 2x - 2y= 4

Infinite solutions - Same slope and y-intercept

The solution to the system

Any ordered pair that makes every equation in the system true. It is also the interception.

A system of linear equations consists of linear equations with more than

one ____________ . variable

A system of linear equations can have a(n) ________ solution, no solution,

or infinitely many solutions.

one

The method of eliminating one variable by adding or subtracting (combining) two equations with a common term is called the _____________ method.

Elimination

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