Algebra 2 question.
Algebra 2 question.
Solve the system x1+2x2-2x3-2x5+4x6=-4 -x4-3x5+2x6=9 x1+2x2+6x5+6x6=0 x1=? x2=? x3=? x4=? x5=? x6=?
Solve the system x1+x2-4x3=3 3x1+4x2+3x3=-8 x1= x2= x3=
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Algebra 2
Algebra 2
Algebra 2 problem.
Let x represent the tens digit and y represent theunits digit
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