# SOLUTION: does the system have one solution,no solution ,or an infinite number of solutions? 3x=y+3 6x-2y=3

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 Question 519854: does the system have one solution,no solution ,or an infinite number of solutions? 3x=y+3 6x-2y=3Answer by oberobic(2304)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!3x = y +3 y+3 = 3x y = 3x -3 . 6x -2y = 3 -2y = -6x +3 y = 3x -3/2 . The slope of each equation is the same, so they are parallel. . They have a different y-intercept, so they have no points in common, which means there is no solution. . In the following graph: y = 3x-3 is red y = 3x -3/2 is green .