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Unformatted text preview: x4 D. x2 = −2 + 4x4 x3 = 2 − x4 4. (5 points) Below are graphs for two linear equations. Solve the associated linear system.
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6 4 A. No solution
2 B. (x, y ) = (−5, 4)
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2 2 3 4 5 x C. (x, y ) = (3, 1)
D. y = 2x − 5 4 6 5. (10 points)
(a) For the following system, draw the graph of both equations. In your picture, show the solution to
the system (if there exists one). x+y =3
2x − y = 0 (b) Draw an example of a system of two linear equations with two variables that has no solution. 6. (20 points) Perform row reduction on the following matrices...
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 Spring '13
 Dr. Corbett Redden
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