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− | <math>\fbox{B}</math> | + | The graph <math>(x + y - 5)(2x - 3y + 5) = 0</math> is the combined graphs of <math>x + y - 5=0</math> and <math>2x - 3y + 5 = 0</math>. Likewise, the graph <math>(x -y + 1)(3x + 2y - 12) = 0</math> is the combined graphs of <math>x-y+1=0</math> and <math>3x+2y-12=0</math>. All these lines intersect at one point, <math>(2,3)</math>. |
+ | Therefore, the answer is <math>\fbox{(B) 1}</math>. | ||
== See also == | == See also == |
Latest revision as of 21:41, 20 December 2017
Problem
The number of distinct points in the -plane common to the graphs of and is
Solution
The graph is the combined graphs of and . Likewise, the graph is the combined graphs of and . All these lines intersect at one point, . Therefore, the answer is .
See also
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