How do you solve systems of linear equations by graphing?
How do you find the intersection of two lines by graphing them?
How do you find the solution to a system of equations by graphing?
What are the three possibilities when you graph systems of equations?
What is an inconsistent system?
What is a dependent system?
What happens if you graph two lines and they are parallel and do not cross?
What happens if you graph two lines and they are the same line?
When are there no solutions or infinitely many solutions to a system of equations?
How can you find the solution to y = -3x and 2x - y = -5 by graphing?
How can you check your solution to a system of equations?
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This is a very complete overview of solving systems of equations by graphing. Every scenario is explained, and the concept of finding the intersection point of lines is explained. An example problem is also shown in this lesson. This would be a perfect introduction to solving systems of equations using the graphing method.