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how would u describe using cramer's rule

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in one sentence? a nice explanation with example here http://www.purplemath.com/modules/cramers.htm
its sposed to be 3 lol
i would describe it as very complicated and confusing =_= lol

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cramers rule is a part of the wronskian later in diffyQs
i got it!!!
it involves using the determinant of matrixes to evaluate the variables
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looked it up the link helped thanks @satellite73
a little to late yess

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