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The graph of this linear equation in three variables is a plane
in threedimensional space. The process of solving a system of three linear equations in three
variables is geometrically equivalent to finding the point of
intersection (assuming there is one) of three planes in space. A
solution of a system of linear equations in three variables is an
ordered triple of real numbers that satisfies all equations of the system. Soiution /, (a) Consistentsystem: so'mions (b) Consistent system;
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no solution Solving Linear Systems in Three Variables by Eliminating Variables I. Reduce the. system to two Equations in two variables'fbis is usually
accomplished by taking two different pairs of equations and using the
addition method to eliminate the same variable from both pairs 2. Solve the resulting system of two aquaticas in: two variables using addition
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equations in two variables to find the value of the second variable. 4. Use the values of the two variables from steps 2 and 3 to find the value of
the third variable by backsubstituting into one of the original Equations 5. Check the proposed solution in each of the original equations. Our initial goal is to reduce the system to two equations in two variables. The central idea is to take two different
pairs of equations and eliminate the same variable from
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 Linear Equations, Quadratic equation, Elementary algebra, Quintic equation, Solving Linear Systems

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