#### Geometry of Simultaneous Linear Equations

- Suppose you are asked to solve the simultaneous equations \begin{cases}x-y=2 \\2 x+3 y=10\end{cases}. In fact, each equation represents a line, if drawn on a 2-D coordinate plane.

- Thus, solving the simultaneous equations is similar to finding the intersection point of two lines.

- Consider solving two simultaneous equations for two unknowns. Interpreting geometrically, we want to find the intersection point(s) of two lines. There are three possible scenarios:

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