# How would you describe the graphs of 3x+y=5and 2x+y=9?how about 3x-y=4 and y=3x+2?x+3y=6 and 2x +6y=12?

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by randyclaro

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2015-09-18T15:57:37+08:00

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First pair:  Intersecting lines

Second Pair: Parallel line (different slope, different  intercepts)

Third Pair:   Coinciding Lines (same slope, same intercepts)
2015-09-18T17:45:58+08:00

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Kind of system: Consistent Independent
Type of line: Intersecting Lines
SS: {( -4, 17)

Kind of system: Inconsistent
Type of line: Parallel Lines
SS: { }

Kind of system: Consistent Dependent
Type of line: Coinciding Lines
SS: {(x, y) l y = -x/3 + 2}

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