MATH SOLVE

3 months ago

Q:
# Which graph shows the solution to the system of equations? Solve the system graphically. Click on the graph until the correct solution appears.2x + 3y = 6x + y = 4

Accepted Solution

A:

The correct answer is: "Graph [D]: "the fourth graph provided".

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Explanation: By looking at each graph in each of the 4 (FOUR) answer choices provided; "Graph [D]" (the fourth answer choice) is the only graph in which two (2) of the same lines intersect at the same point with the particular coordinates:

"(6, -2)" ; that are correct for BOTH of the 2 equations given.

Furthermore, we see that the coordinates for BOTH of the x and y- intercepts for BOTH of the equations given in this problem—are, in fact, points along EACH of the given corresponding 2 (two) corresponding lines in: "Graph [D]".

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Explanation: By looking at each graph in each of the 4 (FOUR) answer choices provided; "Graph [D]" (the fourth answer choice) is the only graph in which two (2) of the same lines intersect at the same point with the particular coordinates:

"(6, -2)" ; that are correct for BOTH of the 2 equations given.

Furthermore, we see that the coordinates for BOTH of the x and y- intercepts for BOTH of the equations given in this problem—are, in fact, points along EACH of the given corresponding 2 (two) corresponding lines in: "Graph [D]".

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