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After reading this section, write out the answers to these questions. Use complete sentences.

How do we solve systems of linear equations in three variables?

Verify the three values by substituting them in all of the original equations

Algebra

Algebra 2

Chapter 4

Systems of Linear Equations

Section 3

Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables

Polynomials

Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Introduction to Algebra

Graph Linear Functions

Write Linear Equations

Linear Equations and Functions

Matrices and Determinants

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It's a graphing systems of linear equations and three variables can be pretty hard. So when we asked, How do we solve systems of linear of a linear equations in three variables? Can you substitution like we've been doing, um, for use elimination, if that makes sense as well. So I think mainly you want to try using substitution, sometimes elimination.

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