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    If system is consisten or inconsititent

    Determine whether the system is consistent or inconsistent and whether the equations are dependent or indepenedent.


    1/3x-y=1

    x=3




    If you can show me how you find the out please and the different between consistent and inconsistent and dependent and independent please
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    Re: If system is consisten or inconsititent

    Quote Originally Posted by daword177 View Post
    Determine whether the system is consistent or inconsistent and whether the equations are dependent or indepenedent.


    1/3x-y=1

    x=3




    If you can show me how you find the out please and the different between consistent and inconsistent and dependent and independent please
    go to the link and scroll down to "tutorial" ...

    http://www.wtamu.edu/academic/anns/m...t19_systwo.htm
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    Re: If system is consisten or inconsititent

    awesome! gracias!
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