The two linear equations shown below are said to be dependent and consistent: 2x−5y=36x−15y=9 Explain in algebraic and graphical terms what happens when two linear equations are dependent and consistent.

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The two linear equations shown below are said to be dependent and consistent: 2x5y=3
6x15y=9
Explain in algebraic and graphical terms what happens when two linear equations are dependent and consistent.

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Answered 2021-07-05 Author has 102 answers
Algebraically, two linear equations that are dependent and consistent has infinite solution. Graphycally, they are the same line.

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