Contents

- 1 How many solutions can a linear quadratic system have explain what the number of solutions means about a graph of the system?
- 2 Can a quadratic equation have more than 2 solutions?
- 3 How many solutions can a linear system have?
- 4 How many solutions can a quadratic equation have maximum?
- 5 Do all linear quadratic systems result in a solution?
- 6 Which linear equation has no solution?
- 7 What are two real solutions?
- 8 How do you know if an equation has two solutions?
- 9 Can a quadratic have 3 solutions?
- 10 How many solutions can a system of 3 linear equations with 5 variables have?
- 11 What is an example of infinitely many solutions?
- 12 Is one line Infinite Solutions?
- 13 How do you know if a quadratic has no solution?
- 14 Why do quadratic equations have two solutions?
- 15 What happens when B 2 4ac 0?

## How many solutions can a linear quadratic system have explain what the number of solutions means about a graph of the system?

Just so, how many solutions can a linear quadratic system have explain what the number of solutions means about a graph of the system? Systems of linear equations can only have 0, 1, or an infinite number of solutions. These two lines cannot intersect twice. The correct answer is that the system has **one solution**.

## Can a quadratic equation have more than 2 solutions?

It’s clear that a system of **two quadratic equations can have** none, one or **two solutions**. For example: y=x**2**+**2** and y=−x**2**+1 **have** none. y=x**2**, **2**x**2**−8x+8 and y=−x**2**+8x−8 **have** 4 as common **solution**. And **2**x**2**−8x+8=x**2**−4x+5 **have** 1 and 3 as **solutions**.

## How many solutions can a linear system have?

A system of linear equations usually has a single solution, but sometimes it can have no solution (parallel lines) or infinite solutions (same line). This article reviews all three cases. **One solution**. A system of linear equations has **one solution** when the graphs intersect at a point.

## How many solutions can a quadratic equation have maximum?

The **maximum** number of **solutions** that an **equation** in **quadratic** form **can have** is 2.

## Do all linear quadratic systems result in a solution?

Each intersection of the line and the parabola represents a **solution** to the **system**. A line and a parabola **can** intersect zero, one, or two times, which means a **linear** and **quadratic system can** have zero, one, or two **solutions**.

## Which linear equation has no solution?

System of **Linear Equations with No Solutions**

The red line is the graph of y=4x+2, and the blue line is the graph of y=4x+5. When two **equations have** the same slope but different y-axis, they are parallel. Since there are **no** intersection points, the system **has no solutions**.

## What are two real solutions?

It is called the **Discriminant**, because it can “discriminate” between the possible types of answer: when b^{2} − 4ac is positive, we get two Real solutions. when it is zero we get just ONE real solution (both answers are the same) when it is negative we get a pair of Complex solutions.

## How do you know if an equation has two solutions?

The discriminant is the part under the square root in the quadratic formula, b²-4ac. **If** it is more than 0, the **equation has two** real **solutions**. **If** it’s less than 0, **there are** no **solutions**. **If** it’s equal to 0, there is one **solution**.

## Can a quadratic have 3 solutions?

Therefore, our assumption that a **quadratic** equation **has three** distinct real roots is wrong. Hence, every **quadratic** equation cannot **have** more than 2 roots. Note: If a condition in the form of a **quadratic** equation is satisfied by more than two values of the unknown then the condition represents an identity.

## How many solutions can a system of 3 linear equations with 5 variables have?

(a) A homogeneous **system of 3 equations** in **5 unknowns**.

Since the **system** is homogeneous, it **has** the zero **solution**, hence consistent. Since there are more **unknowns** than **equations**, there are infinitely **many solutions**.

## What is an example of infinitely many solutions?

When a problem has **infinite solutions**, you’ll end up with a statement that’s true no matter what. For **example**: 3=3 This is true because we know 3 equals 3, and there’s no variable in sight. Therefore we can conclude that the problem has **infinite solutions**. You can solve this as you would any other equation.

## Is one line Infinite Solutions?

When we graph them, they are **one line**, coincident, meaning they have all points in common. This means that there are **an infinite** number of **solutions** to the system.

## How do you know if a quadratic has no solution?

**If** the discriminant is less than 0, the equation **has no** real **solution**. Looking at the graph of a **quadratic** equation, **if** the parabola does not cross or intersect the x-axis, then the equation **has no** real **solution**. And **no** real **solution** does not mean that there is **no solution**, but that the **solutions** are not real numbers.

## Why do quadratic equations have two solutions?

A parabola, though, curves, so it can cross the x axis in **two** places. So if you **have** an **equation** like x^2 + 5x + 6 = 0, it can **have two solutions**. Because a parabola and a line can intersect in **two** places, you might get **two answers**, and both might be correct.

## What happens when B 2 4ac 0?

1. **b ^{2}** −

**4ac**< There are no real roots.

**2**.

**b**−

^{2}**4ac**= There is one real root.