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**VenomHowell** I just started my second year of university and am taking Linear Algebra. I'm a bit rusty on all this systems of equations stuff, so I just want some confirmation, really. If don't have this right, I'd like some guidance

Anyways, the question is worded:

Find all solutions for the following systems of linear equations by writing the solution in parametric form. How many parameters are in the solution?

a.) x + y - z = 2

x - y = 0

Parametric form:

y=s

z=t

x=2-s+t

Where there are 2 parameters with s and t arbitrary.

As I said, I'm feeling very rusty with this stuff and I don't remember our prof going over in class how to write SYSTEMS in parametric form, only 1 equation in parametric form. My book isn't helping much either.