Unformatted text preview: Answer : If 2 a + 3 b-c = 0 , then the system is consistent with inﬁnitely many solutions. Otherwise, if 2 a + 3 b-c 6 = 0 , the system is inconsistent. The system cannot have a unique solution, no matter what a , b and c are. Therefore, there is no condition on a , b and c for which the system has a unique solution. 1...
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