# Show the following simultaneous equations in matrix form:4x-4y-6=016y=14x+4

Show the following simultaneous equations in matrix form:
$4x-4y-6=0$
$16y=14x+4$

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Given simultaneous equations are
$4x-4y-6=0$
$16y=14x+4$
The given equations can be re-arranged as
$4x-4y-=6\left(I\right)$
$-14x+16y=4\left(II\right)$
Let us consider the matrix A formed with co-efficients of the given equations. Then,
$A=\left(\left(4,-4\right),\left(-14,16\right)\right)$
Let,
$X=\left(\left(x\right),\left(y\right)\right)$
$b=\left(\left(6\right),\left(4\right)\right)$
The the given system of simultaneous equations can be written in matrix form as
$Ax=b\left(III\right)$