Coordinate geometry and linear relations

Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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This video returns to look at Simultaneous equations for the Methods 1 and 2 course. Rather than looking at the ways of solving them, I show how to use techniques to see if there are zero, one or infinite solutions. This is done with a number of examples with the last example using Matrices to find the equations which have zero, one and infinite numbers of solutions.
I show how equations can have zero, one and infinite solutions and exam tips and tricks.

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Simultaneous linear equations
simultaneous equations
one solution
zero solutions
infinite solutions
determinants
matrices
how to solve simultaneous equations
How to find it there are one zero or infinite solu
equations with one solution
equations with one solution no solution or infinit
VCE Methods
VCE Maths
Methods 1 and 2
Mathematical Methods