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# Number of solutions.............

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01 Apr 2009, 03:26
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18.
x-y=3
2x=2y+6
The system of equations above has how many
solutions?
(A) None
(B) Exactly one
(C) Exactly two
(D) Exactly three
(E) Infinitely many

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Director
Joined: 01 Apr 2008
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Name: Ronak Amin
Schools: IIM Lucknow (IPMX) - Class of 2014

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01 Apr 2009, 04:38
Both represent the same line. Shouldn't it be E. ( infinetely many )?

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Manager
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01 Apr 2009, 08:08
I think the answer should be E.
x-y=3 has infinitely many solutions.
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01 Apr 2009, 10:55
Same equation infinite many solution.

E

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