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1. How to solve simultaneous equations using Determinant / CRAMER'S rule

3. Solving Simultaneous Equations Graphically

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1. Maths Genie

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2. Solving Simultaneous Equations

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4. How to Solve Simultaneous Equations Using Substitution Method

Take that value of x, and substitute it into the first equation given above (x + y = 3). With that substitution the first equation becomes (1+y) + y = 3. That means 1 + 2y = 3. Subtract 1 from each side: 2y = 2. So y = 1. Substitute that value of y into either of the two original equations, and you'll get x = 2.

5. Harder Simultaneous Equations mathscast

This video goes through how to solve a linear and quadratic simultaneous equation using the substitution method and solving using factorising. This should help for anyone trying to get an...

6. Simultaneous equations

The most common method for solving simultaneous equations is the elimination method which means one of the unknowns will be removed from each equation. The remaining unknown can then be...

7. Simultaneous Equations

Simultaneous Equations Examples. Example 1: Solve the simultaneous equations 2x - y = 5 and y - 4x = 1 using the appropriate method. Solution: To solve 2x - y = 5 and y - 4x = 1, we will use the elimination method as it is easy to eliminate the variable y by adding the two equations. So, we have.

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9. Simultaneous Equations

Make sure you subtract everything, including the x, y and numbers after the equals sign. We now know the value of y. Substitute y = 1 into one of the original equations. I've used equation one here: Then solve this final equation to find the value of x. That's it. We've solved the simultaneous equations to find y = 1 and x = 2.

10. Solving Simultaneous Equations Graphically

Solve this pair of simultaneous equations graphically: y = 2x +1 y = 4x +3 y = 2 x + 1 y = 4 x + 3. Identify if the equations are linear or quadratic. Both the equations are linear. This means you will be drawing two straight lines which will intersect at one point only. 2 Draw each equation on the same set o f axes.

11. Simultaneous Equations

Step 1: The coefficient of variable 'b' is equal and has the opposite sign to the other equation. Add equations 1 and 2 to eliminate the variable 'b'. Step 2: The like terms will be added. (4a+3a) + (5b - 5b) = 12 + 9. 7a = 21. Step 3: Bring the coefficient of a to the R.H.S of the equation. a = 21/ 7.

12. Simultaneous Equations

Example 2: Solving simultaneous equations by elimination (subtraction) Solve: Eliminate one of the variables. By subtracting the two equations we can eliminate the variable b. NOTE: b − b = 0 so b is eliminated. 2 Find the value of one variable. 3 Find the value of the remaining variable/s via substitution.

13. Solving simultaneous equations

Simultaneous equations that contain a quadratic equation can also be solved graphically. As with solving algebraically, there will usually be two pairs of solutions. Example. Solve the ...