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Linear Systems Voc

Systems of Equations Two or more equations with the same variables.
Consistent A system of equations being consistent meaning it has no less than one solution.
Inconsistent A system of equations being inconsistent meaning having no solutions.
Independent A consistent system being independent meaning having exactly one solution.
Dependent A consistent system being dependent meaning having infinite or endless solutions.
Substitution Method Algebraic method in which one method is solved for a single variable in terms with the other.
Elimination Method Algebraic method in which one variable is eliminated by subtracting or adding the equations.
System of Inequalities Solved by finding the ordered pairs that satisfy all of the inequalities in the system.
Constraints Name for the inequalities.
Feasible Region The intersection of the graphs.
Bounded A polygonal region of a graph of a system of constraints.
Vertices Location of where a function's maximum or minimum values occur.
Unbounded An open region of a system of inequalities.
Linear Programming Process of searching for a function's maximum or minimum values for a region defined by inequalities.
Ordered Tripled Using the three variables x,y, and z to find the solution of a system.
Octants Eight regions of a plane.