trying to solve a systems of equations with one inequality I am trying to create a website that wou

Jeffery Clements 2022-06-24 Answered
trying to solve a systems of equations with one inequality
I am trying to create a website that would run off this mathematical formula. I have tried to solve it but I got that there was no answer. I am only in pre-algebra and want a second opinion on if I got the equation right.
1.2 = x y
x > 1
y > 1
x > y + 2.3
Is there a solution and if so how do you get it?
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Answers (2)

Korotnokby
Answered 2022-06-25 Author has 19 answers
Answer is no solution. Let us see:
y = x 1.2
It have to be:
x 1.2 < x 2.3
It needs to have:
1.2 < 2.3
That is impossible. No Solution.

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hawatajwizp
Answered 2022-06-26 Author has 10 answers
There are no solutions to this system.
1.2 = x y x = y + 1.2
Substituting for x in x > y + 2.3 we get:
y + 1.2 > y + 2.3 0 > 1.1
This last statement is clearly false so no solutions exist.

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