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Solve for (y,z) for the following three equations by using determinants method

2x+6y-z=6 (1)

4x-3y+5z=-5 (2)

6x+9y-2z=11 (3)

Step 1

Given that

The system of equations is

Step 2

To solve of (y, z) using determinant method

Step 3

Determinant of coeffic...

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