use cramers rule to solve for x' and y' in terms of x and y x = 3/5x'-4/5y' y=4/5x'+3/5y' i used cramers rule and deduce that x'=7/5 and y'=-1/5 but how do i write my answers in terms of x and y?
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Originally Posted by alexandrabel90 use cramers rule to solve for x' and y' in terms of x and y x = 3/5x'-4/5y' y=4/5x'+3/5y' i used cramers rule and deduce that x'=7/5 and y'=-1/5 but how do i write my answers in terms of x and y? 1. For convenience transform the system of equations to: 2. Then and 3. Thus 4. Determine y'.
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