Augmented Matrices - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

Some of the most common algebra mistakes come from misunderstanding the order of operations or what is commonly known as PEMDAS. We must keep in mind that the multiplication and division are done at the same time in the order of operations, as are addition and subtraction. The most important way to help not make these common algebra mistakes is by practicing and being aware of pitfalls.

Sample Sample Problems (5)

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Augmented Matrices - Problem 1

Solve for x and y.

3x − 2y = 13
4x − y = -1
Problem 1
How to solve a system of linear equations using an augmented matrix.
Augmented Matrices - Problem 2

Solve for x and y.

3x − 5y = 7
-6x + 10y = -12
Problem 2
How to solve a system of linear equations using an augmented matrix that yields no solution.
Augmented Matrices - Problem 3

Solve for x and y.

3x − 6y = 24
4x − 8y = 32
Problem 3
How to solve a system of linear equations using an augmented matrix that yields the same line.
Augmented Matrices - Problem 4
Problem 4
Using an augmented matrix to solve a system of equations by hand
Augmented Matrices - Problem 5
Problem 5
Solving a system of equations using an augmented matrix on a TI graphing calculator