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The solutions to a system of equations are the points of intersection of their graphs. There are 3 cases you will come across when trying to solve the system. There can be 2 solutions, 1 solution or even no solutions.

Basic Concepts:Solving systems of linear equations by graphing, Solving systems of linear equations by elimination, Solving systems of linear equations by substitution, Solving quadratic equations by factoring, Solving quadratic equations using the quadratic formula,

Basic Concepts:Graphing linear inequalities in two variables, Graphing systems of linear inequalities, Graphing quadratic inequalities in two variables, Graphing systems of quadratic inequalities,

- Introduction• The solutions to a system of equations are the points of intersection of the graphs.

• For a system consisting of a linear equation and a quadratic equation:

linear equation: $y = mx + b$

quadratic equation: $y = a{x^2} + bx + c$

There are 3 cases to consider:

case 1: 2 solutions case 2: 1 solution case 3: no solutions

- 1.
**Case 1: System with 2 Solutions**a)Solve the system:

$y = - x + 1$

$y = {x^2} + x - 2$b)Verify the solutions graphically - 2.
**Case 2: System with 1 Solution**a)Solve the system:

$2x - y = 8$

$y = {x^2} - 4x + 1$b)Verify the solutions graphically - 3.
**Case 3: System with No Solutions**a)Solve the system:

$10x + 5y + 15 = 0$

$y = {x^2} - 4x + 2$b)Verify the solutions graphically

11.

Simultaneous Equations (Advance)

11.1

Simultaneous linear equations

11.2

Simultaneous linear-quadratic equations

11.3

Simultaneous quadratic-quadratic equations

11.4

Solving 3 variable simultaneous equations by substitution

11.5

Solving 3 variable simultaneous equations by elimination

11.6

Solving 3 variable simultaneous equations with no or infinite solutions

11.7

Word problems relating 3 variable simultaneous equations

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