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1.
consistant: a system of equations that has at least on ordered pair that satisfies both equations

2.
dependent: a system of equations that has an infinite number of solutions

3.
elimination: the use of addition or subtraction to eliminate one variable and solve a system of equations

4.
inconsistant: a system of equations with no ordered pairs that satisfy both equations

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independent: a system of equations with exactly one solution

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substitution: algebraic methods to find an exact solution of a system of equations

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system of equations: a set of equations with the same variables

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