Sample quiz on linear systems
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  1. Which of these is NOT a method of solving linear systems?
  2. Which of the following equations is equivalent to $2x-3y=4$?
  3. If $x+y=10$ and $x-y=2$, the values of $y$ and $x$, in that order, are $\cdots$ and $\cdots$ ?
    $4$ and $6$
    $6$ and $4$
    $4$ and $8$
    $8$ and $4$
  4. How many solutions do the equations $ 3x+5y=13 $ and $3x+5y=18$ have?
  5. Two linear equations without any point of intersection are usually said to be $\cdots$?