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bigmaneeeeeeeee Group Title

how is solving systems of equations different from and similar to jus solving one equation

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  1. Shadowys Group Title
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    is this an essay question lol? one involves less hassle and the other much hassle. :)

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    yes its a essay question wants the difference and the similarity

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    well when solving an equation there is just one but when your solving equations there are multiple one is easier and faster with less hassle than the other

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    the similarity is that you solve for unknowns. the difference is that you have to do layered solving in systems than in one eq.

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