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For Exercise, solve the system of equations using

a. The substitution method or the addition method

b. Gaussian elimination

c.Gauss-Jordan elimination

d. The inverse of the coefficient matrix .

e. Cramer’s rule .

x =-3y-10

-3x-7y=22

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Given: solve the system of equations using

- The substitution method or the addition method
- Gaussian elimination
- Gauss-Jordan elimination

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