what is consisten and is inconsistent?
Asked by akpanda729125 | 16th May, 2016, 03:08: PM
A system of equations may have a unique solution, or many solutions, or no solution at all.
If it has a solution (whether unique or not) the system is said to be consistent system.
If it has no solution, it is called inconsistent system.
Answered by Vijaykumar Wani | 17th May, 2016, 03:11: PM
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