Elimination technique of linear equations, Mathematics

What is the Elimination technique of Linear Equations?

 

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Elimination technique needs that each variable be eliminated in turn via making the absolute value of its coefficients equal in the equations of the system and then subtracting or adding the equations. Making the absolute values of the coefficients equivalent needs the multiplication of each equation via a suitable numerical factor.

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