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Systems of Linear Equations Introduction



In this section, we move beyond solving single equations and into the world of solving two equations at once. Don't worry. They may be different worlds, but they're not that different. They share the same sun.

We'll go over three different methods of solving these guys. We'll also practice translating word problems into equations...in case you ever move to Equation World and want to get a job as an interpreter.

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