The two linear equations shown below are said to be dependent and inconsistent: 3x−5y=3 −9x+15y=8 What happens if you use a graphical method?

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The two linear equations shown below are said to be dependent and inconsistent: 3x−5y=3
−9x+15y=8
What happens if you use a graphical method?

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Graphically, since both equation has the same slope of \(\displaystyle\frac{{3}}{{5}}\), their graphs look parallel to each other with no intersection.
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