Use cramer's rule to solve system of linear equations13x-6y=1726x-12y=8

Aneeka Hunt 2020-12-25 Answered

Use cramer's rule to solve system of linear equations
{13x6y=1726x12y=8

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Nathalie Redfern
Answered 2020-12-26 Author has 99 answers

Given:
{13x6y=1726x12y=8

No coefficient matrix is
A=((23,6),(26,12))
|A|=13(12)26(6)
=156+156
=0
Since the determinant value of the coefficient matrix is zero, therefore given system of equations has no solution.

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