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Linear Equation3 - constants in each equation Through the...

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Linear Equations: Solutions Using Matrices with Two Variables matrix  (plural,  matrices)  is a rectangular array of numbers or variables. A matrix can be used to  represent a system of equations in standard form by writing only the coefficients of the variables and  the constants in the equations.  Example 1 Represent this system as a matrix. In the preceding matrix, the dashed line separates the coefficients of the variables from the 
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Unformatted text preview: constants in each equation. Through the use of row multiplication and row additions, the goal is to transform the preceding matrix into the following form. The matrix method is the same as the elimination method but more organized....
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