`-6x + 2y = 8` `y = 3x + 4` Graph the linear system and tell how many solutions it has. If there is exactly one solution, estimate the solution and check it algebraically.

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Chapter 3, 3.1 - Problem 51 - McDougal Littell Algebra 2 (1st Edition, Ron Larson).
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The first equation, rearranged for y is y = 3x + 4. This is the same as the second equation. So this system has infinitely many solutions. 

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