In Solving Systems of Equations Algebraically, you will learn how to use substitution and multiplication to solve systems of equations. You will review what are inconsistent systems and dependent systems before finishing with four extra examples.
You can solve a system of equations by substitution or by elimination.
Sometimes each equation must be multiplied before elimination can be used.
If you obtain an equation that is always true, the system has an infinite number of solutions.
If you obtain an equation that is never true, the system has no solution.
Solving Systems of Equations Algebraically
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