The geometry of simultaneous linear equations with two variables
Coordinate geometry
Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4
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Have you ever wondered what it is you're ACTUALLY doing when you solve simultaneous equations? Well, this video will help to explain. It'll also tell you that we might have lied to you. Or, at least, not told you the whole truth!!! There are three ways that two lines might meet and this video shows them all to you. There is also a brief discussion about how to use the CAS to solve these wonderful equations.
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VCE Maths vce maths methods Mathematical Methods Methods 3 and 4 Methods Units 3 and 4 simultaneous equations matrices simultaneous equations infinitely many solutions one solution no solutions linear equations geometry Year 12 Maths Year 12 A Level a level pure simultaneous linear equations simultaneous linear equations in two variables