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how far did you get
you can set up the equations and matrix right?
im not sure.. I need a lot of guidence

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define variables: what each variable represents like x could be muffins and y is beverages
now what?
set it up as a system of equations
sorry about that bud, just working out the problem. This is how you would set it up as: 3.5x+1.75y=87.5 x+y=32 ------------------------------------- x=muffins ; y=beverages
I wouldn't leave you hanging like that. ^_^ And yes, those are the equations, now set them up as matrices
and matrices are the same as equations.. without the variables
ok im looking it up!
umm.. could you tell me how to set up the matrix
|dw:1370383335499:dw|
because a system of equations is basically the same as a matrix
oh its exactly the same!
ok I get it
here if it helps I'll post my answer key:
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thanks! let me view it!
Alright, take your time
cool thanks so much @Luigi0210 !!!
Try and understand.. don't just take the answers
*understand it
yeah I know lol!
Alright just making sure

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