# SOLUTION: The following needs to be solved by graphing: 4x+y=6 y=-4x-1 I also need to know if the lines have no solution or infinitely many solutions. I got the coordinates (0,6) and (0,

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 Question 268615: The following needs to be solved by graphing: 4x+y=6 y=-4x-1 I also need to know if the lines have no solution or infinitely many solutions. I got the coordinates (0,6) and (0,-1).When graphed, i got parallel lines so I believe it has no solution. Please check to see if this is correct for me.Answer by jim_thompson5910(29613)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You are correct. There are no solutions. Good job.