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OpenStudy (anonymous):

help? &medal The graph shows two lines, A and B: A graph is shown with x and y axes labeled from 0 to 6 at increments of 1. A straight line labeled A joins the ordered pair 2, 0 and the ordered pair 0, 4. Another straight line labeled B joins the ordered pair 0, 1 and the ordered pair 5, 6. Based on the graph, which statement is correct about the solution to the system of equations for lines A and B? (1, 2) is the solution to line A but not to line B. (1, 2) is the solution to both lines A and B. (0, 1) is the solution to both lines A and B. (0, 1) is the solution to line

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@aum maybe can you help me

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