# In which of the following ways are linear systems similar to quadratic. Select all that apply.

# A.Both can have two solutions.

B.Both can be solved by graphing.

C.Both have solutions at the points of intersection.

D.Both can be solved by substitution.

We will use the concept of linear equations and quadratic equations to find in which ways linear equations and quadratic equations are similar.

## Answer: Options that are correct

## B.Both can be solved by graphing.

C.Both have solutions at the points of intersection.

D.Both can be solved by substitution.

Let's see how we will use the concept of linear equations and quadratic equations to find in which ways linear equations and quadratic equations are similar.

**Explanation :**

Let's talk about A) A. Both can have two solutions.

This option is wrong because linear equation as the name suggests has only one solution whereas quadratic equation has two solutions.

Option B ) Both can be solved by graphing.

This option is correct because every equation can be solved using the graph. The basic concept is that where the point where the graph intersects the x-axis is the root of the equation.

Which makes Option (C) also correct. And if the graph does not intersect the x-axis then it does not have any roots.

Option D) Both can be solved by substitution.

Substitution is one of the finest ways to solve any linear and quadratic equation.

### Answer: Options that are correct

### B.Both can be solved by graphing.

C.Both have solutions at the points of intersection.

D.Both can be solved by substitution.

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