Monday, April 7, 2008

Solving Linear Systems by Multiplication


Math Scholars, welcome back from Spring Break. We dig right back in to Linear Systems by solving them with multiplication. At this point, all of you have learned many methods to solve systems and multiplication is yet another strategy to add to your skill set.

Emma helped us out today and has clearly demonstrated how to use multiplication to arrange a linear system so it can be solved by addition. The goal is to multiply the entire equation by a number that will create a situation that will cancel either the 'x' or the 'y' when doing addition. If you have any question, be sure to ask during class. Welcome back!

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