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# need help with this

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For what ordered pair (a,b) are there infinite solutions (x,y) to the system

2ax + 2y = b

5x + y = -3 - x + 4y

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See an example: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/hard-problem_24

Now solve it for yourself! :D

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edited by Voldemort  Jul 9, 2022
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Guest Jul 9, 2022
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I am not going to answer your question because you will have to solve it yourself. Based on the way I solved a similar question, you should have a an idea. Could you please explain your work so far?

If you have no progress made, then consider what makes both equations have an infinite set of solutions.

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If you're so smart, why don't you just give me the answer?

Guest Jul 9, 2022
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This forum is not a free platform for you to cheat and get free answers. I will leave this up for you to solve.

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I just need the answer.  Why can't you just solve the problem and give me the answer?

Guest Jul 9, 2022
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See, the goal of this forum is for question askers(like you) to learn from answers(by us).

Voldemort is trying to help you learn, so you won't have to ask for help next time.