A system of linear equations in two variables may have no solution. In such a case, the equations represent __________ lines.

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A system of linear equations in two variables may have no solution. In such a case, the equations represent __________ lines.
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The solution to the system of linear equation exist when the lines intersect the point of intersection is known as solution of the system
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