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Solve the system of equations using matrices. Use Gauss-Jordan elimination.

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    3x - 7 - 7z = 7 6x + 4y - 3z = 67 -6x - 3y + z = -62

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    Would it be 7,7,1 ?

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    hmm well lol dont wanna do this long.. can you tell me what matrix u got after applying guass jordan

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    7,7,1 works for the last 2 equations. Can't say for the first equation.

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    Sorry, working on another problem. I re-did this & I think 7,7,14 works

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