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Which matrix represents the system of equations below?

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connections fam?

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mods said not to give people answers to connections stuff becos some teachers have been coming on here and busting kiddos. Lots of kiddies come here to cheat on connections.
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but mods already banned me for 3days for hlping someone with their connection work
ok i can help u
because
wtf? how'd you figure that out?
it matches with the system of equations
look at the coefficients
the question has 15,11,-5 though? The answer you gave me were different...
wait i got tricked it was number 4
lmao! Ok, are you sure?
had my window tabs mixed up
ok i will show u how to check them
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Ok, thanks!

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