MATH SOLVE

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# Which values of m and b will create a system of equations with no solution? Select two options. y = mx + b y = –2x + A system of equations. y equals m x plus b. y equals negative 2 x plus StartFraction 3 over 2 EndFraction. A coordinate grid with a line labeled y equals negative 2 x plus StartFraction 3 over 2 EndFraction and passes through the points (9, 1.5) and (1, 0.5). m = –3 and b = m equals negative 3 and b equals negative StartFraction 2 over 3 EndFraction. m = –2 and b = m equals negative 3 and b equals negative StartFraction 1 over 3 EndFraction. m = 2 and b = m equals 2 and b equals negative StartFraction 2 over 3 EndFraction. m = m equals StartFraction 3 over 2 EndFraction and b equals negative StartFraction 2 over 3 EndFraction and b = m equals negative StartFraction 3 over 2 EndFraction and b equals negative StartFraction 2 over 3 EndFraction m = -2 and b = m equals negative 2 and b equals negative StartFraction 2 over 3 EndFraction

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Answer:m = -2 and b = -1/3m = -2 and b = -2/3.Step-by-step explanation:y = -2x - 1/3y = -2x - 2/3This system has no solutions because y cannot be 2 different values at once.