Suppose a system of equations has fewer equations than variables. Must such a system be consistent?
A food drive collected two different types of canned goods: green beans and kidney beans. Overall, they collected 350 cans whose total weight was 348 lb 12 oz. If you know that the green bean cans weigh 2 oz less than the kidney bean cans, is it possible to find how many of each can was donated?
What property, in two dimensions, is true for two lines represented by two linear equations that do NOT simultaneously have a solution?
What is the value of for which the simultaneous equations and do not have a unique solution?
What is true, in two dimensions, for two linear equations that simultaneously have infinitely many solutions?
Consider the three equations
Which equations have the same solution set?
Admission into an amusement park for 4 children and 2 adults is $116.90. For 6 children and 3 adults, the total price is $175.35. Assuming the price for children and adults is different, what type of system of equations does the scenario create?
Your friend is thinking of two numbers. She tells you that the numbers add up to 104. Also, two times the first number plus two times the second number is 208. Is it possible to work out the numbers your friend chose?
The simultaneous equations represented by the straight lines and have an infinite number of solutions. Which of the following describes the relationship between the lines and ?