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anonymous

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Is anyone familiar with linear algebra?

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    I would need to plug in values into the variables

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    But how wld i set up the linear systems as a matrix?

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    |dw:1327628508740:dw|

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    ya but then how do I find the determinant?

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    To set up the system as a matrix you just need to remember how to multiply two matrices.

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    ad-bc

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    can't be equal to 0

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    Justa like imran said

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    oh so basically i ignore the x and y and the e and f

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    Determinant = ab - bc

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    ya ok got that

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    Thanks :D

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    You're welcome!

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