A student is trying to solve the set of two equations given below:
Equation A: x + z = 6
Equation B: 3x + 2z = 1
Which of the following is a possible step used in eliminating the z-term?
A. Multiply equation A by –2.
B. Multiply equation B by 2.
C. Multiply equation A by 3.
D. Multiply equation B by 3.
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im not sure what they call the method in your material, it was called "elimination" when i took the class many moons ago ..
study up on it and tell me what you get from it
ive heard it call "addition" method before ..
its A by -3 because you are subtracting the 2x and the 3z; which equals 1 i think
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there is no -3!
yes there is choice d
multiplying eqution A by -3, would eliminate (hence the name elimination method) the x variables when added (hence the name addition method), we want to eliminate the z
i know! But some people give out direct answers! and did i ask for an answer? No! I asked for help! help is nothing like giving answers.
its not -3 its just plain 3.
I was responding to the direct answer that was given :)
are you sure its D?
what do you understand from your course material, as to this elimination method? This question is simply asking you to apply a part of it.
If you have some thought about it (right or wrong) we can correct if need be.