If a system of linear equations has infinitely many solutions, then the system is called _____. If a system of linear equations has no solution, then the system is called _____.

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If a system of linear equations has infinitely many solutions, then the system is called _____. If a system of linear equations has no solution, then the system is called _____.
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Sally Cresswell
Answered 2021-02-03 Author has 91 answers
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System of equations having infinite number of solutions is called dependent system.
System of equations having no solution is called inconsistent system.
Hence,
If a system of linear equations has infinitely many solutions, then the system is called dependent system.
If a system of linear equations has no solution, then the system is called inconsistent system.
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