# SOLUTION: give an counterexample for the foolowing statement: if the graphs of the equations of a linear system have the same slope, then the linear system has no solution

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 Question 551000: give an counterexample for the foolowing statement: if the graphs of the equations of a linear system have the same slope, then the linear system has no solutionAnswer by Edwin McCravy(9717)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!```This is when the system is dependent and there are infinitely many solutions. The lines coincide. example: Both have slope 2, but there are infinitely many solutions because the lines coincide at all points, and therefore have all points in common. Edwin```