## Intermediate Algebra for College Students (7th Edition)

no solution and never intersect , so $y=\dfrac{x+6}{3}$ and $y=\dfrac{x-6}{3}$
To solve the given problem we will have to plug the simplest equation into the other equation and then solve for the other variable. As we are given that $x-3y=-6$ and $x-3y=6$ This gives no solution. Hence, both the equations gives no solution and never intersect , so $y=\dfrac{x+6}{3}$ and $y=\dfrac{x-6}{3}$