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    linear algebra question..

    i got a set of linear equations with x,y,z,t variables.

    x=4,y=-2,z=-2,t=4 is a solution
    x=-2 y=4 z=4 t=-2 is a solution


    x=2,y=2,z=2,t=2 is not a solution.


    prove that x=0,y=2,z=2,t=0 is a solution?

    ??
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