Method to solve systems, Algebra

There is a third method that we'll be looking at to solve systems of two equations, but it's a little more complicated and is probably more useful for systems with at least three equations thus we'll look at it in a later section.

Before leaving this section we should address a couple of special case in solving systems.

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