Solution of simultaneous equations, Mathematics

How can I solve simultaneous equations?

 

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In order to find out the solutions of simultaneous equations, we may utilized either of the following two methods

i. The Cramers rule

ii. The cofactor method

The Cofactor Method

This method needs that we get

a) The cofactors and minors

b) The matrix''s ad-joint

c) The matrix''s inverse

d) On both sides of the matrix equation, multiply the original by the inverse

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