Problems involving simultaneous linear equations
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This video is another in the linear series for Further Maths looking at how we can apply the learning from past videos to solve more complex worded problems relating to Simultaneous equations. I use two examples (which seem to be the main type of questions) to frame and explain the theory in an easy to understand way. All with a little bit of humour and a lot of personality. I hope you enjoy the video.
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