dayianaforever
  • dayianaforever
Solve the system by elimination. -2x+2y+3z=0 -2x-y+z=-3 2x+3y+3z=5 i just need to know how to do it i honestly can do it by my self need help!!!!
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dayianaforever
  • dayianaforever
please anyone
rishavraj
  • rishavraj
see add up eqation 1 and 3 .....x gets eliminated.... and subtract equation 2 from 1 ... x gets eliminated ...
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The elimination method for solving systems of linear equations uses the addition property of equality. You can add the same value to each side of an equation. So if you have a system: x – 6 = −6 and x + y = 8, you can add x + y to the left side of the first equation and add 8 to the right side of the equation. And since x + y = 8, you are adding the same value to each side of the first equation.
rishavraj
  • rishavraj
or else multiply equation 2 from -1 and then add it with equation 1....x gets eliminated
dayianaforever
  • dayianaforever
ohh okay thank you @rishavraj and @NoahDabreo

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