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Mathematics, 12.11.2019 05:31, Hfruit

What do the following two equations represent?
-3x-5y = -1−3x−5y=−1minus, 3, x, minus, 5, y, equals, minus, 1
3x-3y = -53x−3y=−53, x, minus, 3, y, equals, minus, 5
choose 1
choose 1

(choice a)
a
equal lines

(choice b)
b
parallel lines

(choice c)
c
perpendicular lines

(choice d)
d
none of the above

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