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

asked 2021-08-17

The two linear equations shown below are said to be dependent and consistent:
2x−5y=3

6x−15y=9

What happens if you use a graphical method?

6x−15y=9

What happens if you use a graphical method?

asked 2021-08-11

The two linear equations shown below are said to be dependent and consistent:
2x−5y=3

6x−15y=9

Explain in algebraic and graphical terms what happens when two linear equations are dependent and consistent.

6x−15y=9

Explain in algebraic and graphical terms what happens when two linear equations are dependent and consistent.

asked 2021-06-15

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?

−9x+15y=8

What happens if you use a graphical method?

asked 2021-07-03

\(6x−15y=9\)

What happens if you use a graphical method?

asked 2021-07-04

\(6x−15y=9\)

Explain in algebraic and graphical terms what happens when two linear equations are dependent and consistent.

asked 2021-02-09

A real-estate agent is trying to determine the relationship between the distance a 3-bedroom home is from New York City and its average selling price. He records the data for 6 homes shown below.
Linear or Quadratic?
Equation:
Approximate cost of home 90 miles from NYC?

asked 2021-11-18

Graph the linear equations. Then use the graph to estimate how many solutions the equations share.

\(\displaystyle{y}={4}{x}+{9}\)

\(\displaystyle{4}{x}-{y}={1}\)

\(\displaystyle{y}={4}{x}+{9}\)

\(\displaystyle{4}{x}-{y}={1}\)