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Incorrect. Determine the values of a for which the system has no solutions, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions. x+3y – 3z=5 3x – 2y+6z=3 6x+7y+ (a^2-7) z = a +16 Fora = x +3y-3 there is no solution . Fora = x +3y-3 there are infinitely many solutions.For a not equal to + or – x+3y-3 the system has exactly one solution. Click if you would like to Show Work for this question:

EXPERT ANSWER Subtract second and the 3rd equations which gives 3x + 9y + ( – 13)z= a + 13 ……. (1) multiply 3 to equation x + 3y -3z =5 i.e        3x +9y -9z =15 …………………………………(2) now this equation 2 which is a equation of a plane will be parellel to equation 1 or equal to equation 1 depending on the …

Incorrect. Determine the values of a for which the system has no solutions, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions. x+3y – 3z=5 3x – 2y+6z=3 6x+7y+ (a^2-7) z = a +16 Fora = x +3y-3 there is no solution . Fora = x +3y-3 there are infinitely many solutions.For a not equal to + or – x+3y-3 the system has exactly one solution. Click if you would like to Show Work for this question: Read More »