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The pair of equations
$y=0$
and
$y=−5$
has
A
One solution
B
Two solutions
C
Infinitely many solutions
D
No solutions
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Correct option is D)
Explanation:
Since, given variable y has different values so, The pair of equations
$y=0$
and
$y=−5$
has no solution.
Therefore the correct option is 'D'
is No solutions.
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