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`        How to solve three linear equations  in two variables ?`
2 years ago

Nayan Thakkar
25 Points
```							 see to solve the equation which only contains 2 variables noly 2 eqautions are needed.however if 2 equations are complex(difficulty in geeting value of variables)we can use 3rd equation also.let me now consider 2 equation of standard forms  Ax+By+C=0ax+by+c=0 now on solving for x in 1st eqnt we get”x={-(C+By)}/Aand putting this value in 2nd equation we get:y={aC-Ac}/Ab-Bahope u understand
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