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Score for this attempt:4out of 5Submitted Aug 8 at 2:51pmThis attempt took 5 minutes.Question 11 / 1 ptsIn Exercise 26 of Chapter 7,Solving by Substitution: Dependent, the answer to theexample problem is equivalent on both sides. It means that the lines ________.Correct!CoincideIntersectAre parallel to one anotherCannot be graphed
Question 21 / 1 ptsIn Exercise 21 of Chapter 7,Solving by Substitution: Independent, the speaker says thatwhen you solve a system of linear equations, the answerIs a lineIntersects with another point
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Is a pointQuestion 30 / 1 ptsWhen looking at the example in the slideshow,Compound Inequalities,in the mediasection of Chapter 8, shows that compound inequalities use the connective “or” is false