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**Hyrules** Hi Everyone,

I've started university lately and i'm currently taking a math class in linear algebra. I'm going well so far but i'm having some issues with solving a system of linear equations when there is a unknown value in the system of equation. I must be missing a point somewhere. but here i go.

x - 2y + 3z = 1

-3x + y - 3z = 2

-2x - y + (kČ -2k)z = k +3

I have to find k in order for the system to have at least one solution.

Any help would be appreciated as the more i try to solve it the more i get confused.

I think i'm getting confused by the (kČ-2k) section of the equation.

thanks.