Carl says the solution to a system of linear equations is (2, 6). What does Carl’s solution mean? A. (2, 6) is the poi

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Carl says the solution to a system of linear equations is (2, 6). What does Carl’s solution mean?

A. (2, 6) is the point of intersection for the lines of the two linear equations on a graph.

B. (2, 6) does not fall on the line for either equation.

C. The solution to one equation is x = 2 and the solution to the other equation is x = 6.

D. The point (2, 6) is the point of origin for one of the two equations.

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Jezebel 2 months 2022-12-22T06:32:12+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-12-22T06:34:09+00:00

    the answer for this is A.

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    2022-12-22T06:34:11+00:00

    Answer is A. (2, 6) is the point the lines intersect on the graph, this is the x,y solution to the equation. It has exactly one solution, if (2, 6) were substituted into the equation the equation would equal or be true.

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