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1. Identify four-steps to solving a linear system in three variables. Do these steps have to be done in a certain order? Are there any steps that could be skipped? Explain why or why not.

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  1. anonymous
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    Hellooo......geez I have a headache already!

  2. anonymous
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    7/10, but I'd still have a go.

  3. anonymous
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    What?

  4. anonymous
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    Nothing.

  5. amistre64
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    like: a + b + c = 5?

  6. amistre64
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    he said, cute pic.... i think :)

  7. anonymous
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    Sigh......I guess you guys dunno either.

  8. anonymous
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    Oh. Thanks, but what I need is an answer! ;)

  9. anonymous
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    What do they expect you to write? You have to change your method to solve each system. Unless you use matrices, but they are pellet.

  10. amistre64
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    you talking about a system of equations that consists of 3 variables instead of the normal 2... ??

  11. anonymous
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    Yeah. I think so.

  12. amistre64
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    same steps as before, either eliminate, substitute, or matrix it...

  13. anonymous
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    I can tell you a method that can do it just in two steps

  14. anonymous
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    OMG what?

  15. anonymous
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    I need four steps.

  16. anonymous
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    ^^ you sure don't want the two steps method?

  17. anonymous
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    Personally yes, but academically I have to answer this question the way they want it, which is four steps.

  18. anonymous
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    so should I bother myself explaining it or no need for that? :)

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