IN MATH: 1. adj. equations which have no common solution. EX. Parallel lines have inconsistent equations.

 See: See more examples of inconsistent systems - Mentally &/or Graphically Solve Systems w/Appropriate Vocabulary & Possible Solutions Use Linear Combination (the Addition Method) to Solve Systems of Equations and Inequalities -- Gives instructions and examples. Solve Graphically w/Planes &Pencil (Includes Answers) Solver (Using Web Page) By Linear Combination (Adding Lines) By Substitution (Expression Swapping) Algebra Notes: Point-Plotting Intro SIMULTANEOUSLY? --additional vocabulary

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. contradictory, unpredictable. EX. You must not be inconsistent with children or they will not know what to expect of you.

APPLICATION: (see list 310)

```1.  Determine which systems are inconsistent.
a) 13x+12y=1		b) y=3x-4 	c) x-y=14
-13x-12y=-1            y=3x+4          x-y=10```

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