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1.
boundary line: line of and inequality that divides the coordinate plane in half

2.
consistent: systems of equations that have at least one solution

3.
dependent: set of equations with infinite solutions

4.
elimination: method of solving a system of equations in which the system of equations are added togethor to cancel out one variable

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inconsistent: systems of equations in which there are no solutions (parallel lines)

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independent: set of equations with one solution

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intersection region: the solution of a pair of inequalities in which the shaded area satisfies both equations

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linear inequality: linear equation with an inequality symbol instead of an equal sign

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substitution: method of solving a system of equations in which variables are replaced with algebraic expressions

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system of linear inequalities: system of linear equations with inequalities instead of equations

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