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    Senior Member yeKciM's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexgeek View Post
    Right, sure I get it now
    I'll have to ask my maths teacher what the exam board looks for in answer to questions like this though, not sure what to show and what not to show.
    Thanks for all that help!
    you're welcome,

    well to show that system of equations are consistent you can do it with that property that D=D_x=D_y=D_z =0 and that at least one sub determinant of D is different from zero ... that will tell you that your equations are consistent, this is more a theoretical thing

    but best thing is to consult with you teacher about this or at least someone whom have similar type of education (and same country lol) good luck on the exams
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    I just found that the question was looking for me to show a 0=0 case to mean they are linearly independent then express x,y,z in terms of a parameter
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