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*system*of equations is said to have either exactly one solution (one point of intersection between the lines) , no solution,(no points of intersection) or infinitely many solutions (the equations lie on the same line).

Now here is my confusion- if the solutions to linear systems of equations are limited to these three options, and linear systems of equations can have more than two equations, how is it possible that we can't have something like 3 solutions?