following statements as either true or false.

Solutions of systems of equations in two variables are ordered pairs.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

Every system of equations has at least one solution.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

It is possible for a system of equations to have an infinite number of solutions.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

The graphs of the equations in a system of two equations may coincide.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

The graphs of the equations in a system of two equations could be parallel lines.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

Any system of equations that has at most one solution is said to be consistent.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

Any system of equations that has more than one solution is said to be inconsistent.

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Classify each of the following statements as either true or false.

The equations $x+y=5$ and $2(x+y)=2(5)$ are dependent.

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(1,2) ; & 4 x-y=2 \\

10 x-3 y &=4

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(4,0) ; & 2 x+7 y=8 \\

x-9 y &=4

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(-5,1) ; & x+5 y=0 \\

y=& 2 x+9

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(-1,-2) ; & x+3 y=-7 \\

3 x-2 y=& 12

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(0,-5) ; & x-y=5 \\

y=& 3 x-5

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(5,2) ; & a+b=7 \\

2 a-8 &=b

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(3,1) ; & 3 x+4 y=13 \\

& 6 x+8 y=26

\end{aligned}

$$

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Determine whether the ordered pair is a solution of the given system of equations. Remember to use alphabetical order of variables.

$$

\begin{aligned}

(4,-2) ; &-3 x-2 y=-8 \\

8 &=3 x+2 y

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&x-y=3\\

&x+y=5

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{array}{l}

{x+y=4} \\

{x-y=2}

\end{array}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{array}{r}

{3 x+y=5} \\

{x-2 y=4}

\end{array}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&2 x-y=4\\

&5 x-y=13

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&4 y=x+8\\

&3 x-2 y=6

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{array}{r}

{4 x-y=9} \\

{x-3 y=16}

\end{array}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

x &=y-1 \\

2 x &=3 y

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&a=1+b\\

&b=5-2 a

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&x=-3\\

&y=2

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{array}{l}

{x=4} \\

{y=-5}

\end{array}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&t+2 s=-1\\

&s=t+10

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{array}{r}

{2 b+a=11} \\

{a-b=5}

\end{array}

$$

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system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{array}{r}

{2 b+a=11} \\

{a-b=5}

\end{array}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y=-\frac{1}{3} x-1\\

&4 x-3 y=18

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y=-\frac{1}{4} x+1\\

&2 y=x-4

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&6 x-2 y=2\\

&9 x-3 y=1

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y-x=5\\

&2 x-2 y=10

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y=-x-1\\

&4 x-3 y=24

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y=3-x\\

&2 x+2 y=6

\end{aligned}

$$

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Numerade Educator

Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&2 x-3 y=6\\

&3 y-2 x=-6

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y=-5.43 x+10.89\\

&y=6.29 x-7.04

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&y=123.52 x+89.32\\

&y=-89.22 x+33.76

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&2.6 x-1.1 y=4\\

&1.32 y=3.12 x-5.04

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&2.18 x+7.81 y=13.78\\

&5.79 x-3.45 y=8.94

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&0.2 x-y=17.5\\

&2 y-10.6 x=30

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

$$

\begin{aligned}

&1.9 x=4.8 y+1.7\\

&12.92 x+23.8=32.64 y

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

For the systems in the odd-numbered exercises $17-41$ which are consistent?

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

For the systems in the even-numbered exercises $18-42$ which are consistent?

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

For the systems in the odd-numbered exercises $17-41$ which contain dependent equations?

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

For the systems in the even-numbered exercises $18-42$ which contain dependent equations?

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

College Faculty. The number of part-time faculty in institutions of higher learning is growing rapidly. The table below lists the number of full-time faculty and the number of part-time faculty for various years. Use linear regression to fit a line to each set of data, and use those equations to predict the year in which the number of part-time faculty and the number of fulltime faculty will be the same.

(TABLE CANNOT COPY)

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

Milk Cows. The number of milk cows in Vermont has decreased since $2004,$ while the number in Colorado has increased, as shown in the table below. Use linear regression to fit a line to each set of data, and use those equations to predict the year in which the number of milk cows in the two states will be the same.

(TABLE CANNOT COPY)

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

Financial Advisers. Financial advisers are leaving major national firms and setting up their own businesses,as shown in the table below. Use linear regression to fit a line to each set of data, and use those equations to predict the year in which there will be the same number of independent financial advisers as there are those in major national firms.

(TABLE CANNOT COPY)

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

Recycling. In the United States, the amount of waste being recovered is slowly catching up to the amount of waste being discarded, as shown in the table below. Use linear regression to fit a line to each set of data, and use those equations to predict the year in which the amount of waste recycled will equal the amount discarded.

(TABLE CANNOT COPY)

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

Suppose that the equations in a system of two linear equations are dependent. Does it follow that the system is consistent? Why or why not?

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Solve each system graphically. Be sure to check your solution. If a system has an infinite number of solutions, use set-builder notation to write the solution set. If $a$

system has no solution, state this. Where appropriate, round to the nearest hundredth.

Why is slope-intercept form especially useful when solving systems of equations by graphing?

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To prepare for Section $4.2,$ review solving equations and formulas (Sections 2.2 and 2.3 ).

Solve. [ 2.2]

$$

2(4 x-3)-7 x=9

$$

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To prepare for Section $4.2,$ review solving equations and formulas (Sections 2.2 and 2.3 ).

Solve. [ 2.2]

$$

6 y-3(5-2 y)=4

$$

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To prepare for Section $4.2,$ review solving equations and formulas (Sections 2.2 and 2.3 ).

Solve. [ 2.2]

$$

4 x-5 x=8 x-9+11 x

$$

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To prepare for Section $4.2,$ review solving equations and formulas (Sections 2.2 and 2.3 ).

Solve. [ 2.2]

$$

8 x-2(5-x)=7 x+3

$$

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Consider the graph below showing the U.S. market share for various advertising media.

(GRAPH CANNOT COPY)

At what point in time could it have been said that no medium was third in market share? Explain.

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Consider the graph below showing the U.S. market share for various advertising media.

(GRAPH CANNOT COPY)

Will the Internet advertising market share ever exceed that of radio? TV? newspapers? If so, when? Explain your answers.

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For each of the following conditions, write a system of equations.

A) $(5,1)$ is a solution.

B) There is no solution.

C) There is an infinite number of solutions.

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A system of linear equations has $(1,-1)$ and $(-2,3)$ as solutions. Determine:

A) a third point that is a solution, and

B) how many solutions there are.

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The solution of the following system is $(4,-5) .$ Find $A$ and $B$

$$

\begin{array}{l}

{A x-6 y=13} \\

{x-B y=-8}

\end{array}

$$

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Solve graphically.

$$

\begin{aligned}

y &=|x| \\

x+4 y &=15

\end{aligned}

$$

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Solve graphically.

$$

\begin{aligned}

x-y &=0 \\

y &=x^{2}

\end{aligned}

$$

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Match each system with the appropriate graph from the selections given.

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\begin{aligned}

&x=4 y\\

&3 x-5 y=7

\end{aligned}

$$

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Match each system with the appropriate graph from the selections given.

(GRAPH CANNOT COPY)

$$

\begin{aligned}

&2 x-8=4 y\\

&x-2 y=4

\end{aligned}

$$

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Match each system with the appropriate graph from the selections given.

(GRAPH CANNOT COPY)

$$

\begin{aligned}

&8 x+5 y=20\\

&4 x-3 y=6

\end{aligned}

$$

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Match each system with the appropriate graph from the selections given.

(GRAPH CANNOT COPY)

$$

\begin{aligned}

&x=3 y-4\\

&2 x+1=6 y

\end{aligned}

$$

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Copying Costs. Aaron occasionally goes to an office store with small copying jobs. He can purchase a "copy card" for $\$ 20$ that will entitle him to 500 copies, or he can simply pay 6 per page.

A) Create cost equations for each method of paying for a number (up to 500 ) of copies.

B) Graph both cost equations on the same set of axes.

C) Use the graph to determine how many copies Aaron must make if the card is to be more economical.

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Computers. In $2004,$ about 46 million notebook PCs were shipped worldwide, and that number was growing at a rate of $22 \frac{2}{3}$ million per year. There were 140 million desktop PCs shipped worldwide in 2004 and that number was growing at a rate of 4 million per year. Source: iSuppli

A) Write two equations that can be used to predict $n$ the number of notebook $\mathrm{PCs}$ and desktop $\mathrm{PCs},$ in millions, shipped $t$ years after 2004

B) Use a graphing calculator to determine the year in which the numbers of notebook PCs and desktop PCs were the same.

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