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Which matrix equation can be used to solve the system? Will draw it.

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|dw:1370965723891:dw|
Ax = b x = A^(-1) b might be one of the options
they was nice enough to give you a determinant of 1 ... how sweet

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the answers might help us determine a suitable soluton process
|dw:1370966096557:dw|
ax + by = n cx + cy = m matrix A = a b c d vector b = n m so yeah, they are looking for an inverse setup
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do you recall how to find the inverse of a 2x2 matrix?
the shorcut involves a swap and some negations, youll also need a determinant
never mind I found it out, thx anyways
\[\begin{pmatrix}a&b\\c&d\end{pmatrix}^{-1}=\begin{pmatrix}d/|A|&-b/|A|\\-c/|A|&a/|A|\end{pmatrix}\]

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