8 Questions
| Total Attempts: 126

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Questions and Answers

- 1.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 2.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 3.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 4.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 5.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 6.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 7.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 8.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 9.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 10.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 11.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 12.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 13.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 14.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 15.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 16.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 17.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 18.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 19.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 20.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 21.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 22.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 23.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 24.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)

- 25.The above equations can best be described as :
- A.
Dependent (they are the same line with an infinite number of solutions)

- B.
Inconsistent (they are parallel lines with no solutions)

- C.
Intersecting (they have one unique pair of solutions)