# SOLUTION: when solving a system of equations using Cramer's Rule, if Dx(the x is tiny and next to D)=0, Dy(y tiny next to D)=-1, and D=0, then what can you conclude? 1. the system has one s

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Matrices-and-determiminant Question 627008: when solving a system of equations using Cramer's Rule, if Dx(the x is tiny and next to D)=0, Dy(y tiny next to D)=-1, and D=0, then what can you conclude? 1. the system has one solution, (0,-1,1) 2. the system is inconsistent 3. the system has one solution, (0,0,0)Answer by solver91311(16897)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! If and at least one of , then the system is inconsistent. John My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it