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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} If a system has no solution, its graph might look similar to the graph shown.

Recall that the solution to a system is the point where the lines intersect. If a system has no solution, it must be then that the lines never intersect. In fact, the lines must be parallel, meaning that they have the same slope and different $y$-intercepts. An example of one such system is ${y=3x+2y=3x−5. $