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Cramers Rule Examples of solving equations by Cramers Rule
When solving x,
Therefore, if you want to solve for x, simply substitute the column of the coefficient of x to the value of the corresponding equation. Use the same method to solve y
Partial Fractions Steps of separating a fraction into partial fractions: 1. Factorize the denominator 2. Assume that the equation can be separated into partial functions of the form of equation (*). 3. Add the two partial functions. 4. By substituting sui
1. Find the number of solutionswhere x, y and z are positive integers, such that.
2. Find all integral solutionssuch that .
3. If , and a, b are positive integers, find the minimum value of b.
4. If, find.
5. If, find A.
6. Let n be
Mathematics Questions 1. Find the number of solutions ( x, y, z ) where x, y and z are positive integers, such that xyz = 9216 . Find all integral solutions ( x, y ) such that x 2 = y 2 + 2001 . If a 3 = 150b , and a, b are positive integers, find the min
(Theorems in abbreviation for reference, Middle 1 to Middle 3) Theorem 1.
D If AOB is a straight line,
x A O y B
x + y = 180
(adj. s on st. line)
[ b p y
Theorem 2, 3 (converse of Theorem 1)
If x + y = 180,
A xy O B