Solving simultaneous linear equations using a CAS calculator
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Solving simultaneous linear equations using a CAS calculator
Linear relations and equations
Year 11
Having shown you how to solve using pencil and paper methods, I now show you how to use the "Solve a system of equations" function on the CAS! This video is another in the General Maths series looking at Linear Equations and Relations for Year 11 here in Australia - but it's also helpful for all Maths courses! As this is a CAS course, it's important to know that we can use the CAS to find the solution to simultaneous equations! This video looks at how to use the Ti-Nspire to solve systems of equations. A number of examples are used and they are all explained in an easy to understand way.
Published: April 7, 2021
Length: 06 mins and 32 seconds
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