Consider the equation y= 6/5x-4. Write an equation that would have no simultaneous solutions with this linear equation
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A parallel line would produce no simultaneous solutions. Example: y=(6/5)x which has the same gradient. The general answer is y=(6/5)x+a where a is a constant.

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