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What are the ways to solve linear equations in "two" variables?

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    @hartnn

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    I know about i) substitution and ii) elimination

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    But can you give me example of that?

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    also any other method ... (Graphical one?)

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    u know cramer's rule ?

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    Know, can you teach me?

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    *no

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    u know how to evaluate determinants ?

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    or what is determinants ?

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    Not exactly can you give an example?

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    |dw:1348750714388:dw|

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    OK, I can remember that partially.

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    So what is cramer's rule?

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    |dw:1348750897580:dw| try one problem of your own, take random values of a,b,c.....

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    http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/simultaneous-equations-matrices.html

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    i don't think he is familiar with matrices ....

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    Sorry I just realized that I should learn matrices. I am learning matrices and determinants now. Thanks for the help @estudier and @hartnn

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