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    Solve the questions on graphical representation of linear equations. Show all of your work and plot the graphs using the EZGraph tool.

    1. Plot the graph of the equations 2x - 3y = 5 and 4x - 6y = 21 and interpret the result.
    2. Plot the graph of the equations 4x - 6y = 12 and x - 5y = 10 and interpret the result.
    3. Plot the graph of the equations 8x - 4y = 12 and -4x + 2y = -6 and interpret the result.

    Did the graphs but still don't seem like right answers. Think I am doing the solutions wrong. Not sure if I should use substitution, or elimination method.

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    The "graphical representation of linear equations" means that the graph of each equation will be a line. When you have two lines, one of three things can occur: (1) the two lines will intersect at a single point (that is, at a single (x,y) pair of values) OR (2) the two lines will be parallel ...

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    The graphical representation of linear equations is assessed.

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