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Linear system and determinants

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    This is a very simple question but I am not sure what I am suppossed to do exactly :D

  3. nenadmatematika
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    I' try to explain.....if the determinant is zero, than there are two possibilities: the system has infinitely many solutions or it has no solutions....it depends on values of Dx and Dy (if Dx or Dy is nonzero, there are no solutions, and if Dx and Dy equal zero, infinitely many solutions) If determinant is nonzero, than system has a unique solution....I hope I've helped you somehow :D

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