x + 6y = -6 2x + 12y = -12 a. one solution b. two solutions c. Infinitely many solutions d. no solution

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x + 6y = -6
2x + 12y = -12
a. one solution
b. two solutions
c. Infinitely many solutions
d. no solution

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Brielle 49 mins 2021-09-10T22:08:30+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-10T22:10:17+00:00

    c. Infinitely many solutions is the right answer

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given equations are:

    x + 6y = -6\ \ \ \ Eqn\ 1\\2x + 12y = -12\ \ \ Eqn\ 2

    When we closely observe the equations we see that both the equations are equivalent.

    From equation 2:

    Dividing the equation by 2

    x+6y = -6

    We can see that the equation 2 is equivalent to equation 1.

    This means that the graph of both equations will be on each other so the equations will have infinite many solutions

    Hence,

    c. Infinitely many solutions is the right answer

    Keywords: Linear equations, variables

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