A system of linear equations when graph on the cartesian plane intersects at one point. What kind of system of linear equation s was described? A. dependent and inconsistent B. dependent and consistent C. independent and inconsistent D. independent and consistent

iohanetc 2021-02-13 Answered
A system of linear equations when graph on the cartesian plane intersects at one point. What kind of system of linear equation s was described?
A. dependent and inconsistent
B. dependent and consistent
C. independent and inconsistent
D. independent and consistent
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Yusuf Keller
Answered 2021-02-14 Author has 90 answers
Here , it is given that graph on the cartesian plane intersect at one point
This means solution for the given linear equation exist means consistent solution.
Also, it is intersecting at only one point so it becomes independent and consistent.
Hence, The given system of linear equation is independent and consistent.
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