Question 17 of 25
Imagine that you are given two linear equations in slope-intercept form. You
notice that both the slopes and the y-intercepts are the same. How many
solutions would you expect for this system of equations?
A. infinitely many
B. cannot be determined
C. O
D. 1


  1. Answer:

    A. infinitely many

    General Formulas and Concepts:

    Algebra I

    Slope-Intercept Form: y = mx + b

    • m – slope
    • b – y-intercept

    Solving systems of equations

    Step-by-step explanation:

    If 2 lines are parallel (same slope, different y-intercept), they would have no solution.

    If 2 lines were the same (same slope, same y-intercept), they would have infinite amount of solutions.

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