Answer: Correct option is D Infinitely many solutions The line y=3x+5 is a linear equation in two variables. For every value of x, there is a unique value of y Put x=0⇒y=5 Hence, (0,5) is a solution Put x=1,⇒y=8 Hence, (1,8) is a solution . Put x=−1,⇒y=2 Hence, (−1,2) is a solution . So ,on keeping different values of x, we get different values of y. Hence, infinitely many solutions are possible. Reply

Answer:Correct option is

D

Infinitely many solutions

The line y=3x+5 is a linear equation in two variables.

For every value of x, there is a unique value of y

Put x=0⇒y=5

Hence, (0,5) is a solution

Put x=1,⇒y=8

Hence, (1,8) is a solution .

Put x=−1,⇒y=2

Hence, (−1,2) is a solution .

So ,on keeping different values of x, we get different values of y.

Hence, infinitely many solutions are possible.