Reviewing linear equations

Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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Having spent a lesson looking at how to solve simultaneous equations using either elimination, substitution, CAS, Matrices or graphically we now look at how worded questions can have information extracted to form simultaneous equations which can then go on to be solved. Three main examples are used to show how to solve some of the more common questions used in exams.

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