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Last Updated : Oct 09, 2023

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### How Many System of Linear Equations?

In mathematics, a linear equation is defined as an expression where each term in the variable has an exponent of one. If it is represented in a graph then it results in a straight line. The straight-line equation y=mx+c is an example of a linear equation.

Generally, the form of a linear equation is Ax+B=C, where A, B, and C are constants and x is a variable. Moreover, the linear equations can be written in three distinct ways, they are

• Linear equation in one variable
• Linear equation in two variables
• Linear equation in three variables

### How to Solve Solving System of Linear Equations using Cramers Rule(2 Variables)?

The step-by-step process of solving the Solving System of Linear Equations using the Cramers Rule(2 Variables) is given here. Follow the steps carefully and learn manually to solve the equation:

• First, rearrange the equation by placing the constant terms on one side and the terms of the variable on another side by using arithmetic operations on both sides of the equation.
• Solve the calculations and eliminate the constants.
• Separate the variable on one side by adding on both sides of the equation.
• Simply calculate and find the value of the variable.

### Examples of Solving System of Linear Equations using Cramers Rule(2 Variables)

Question 1: Solve the problem of finding a system of Linear Equations using the Cramers Rule(2 Variables)

5 𝑥1  + 10 𝑥 = 10

5 𝑥1  + 8 𝑥 = 12

Solution :

1. Explanation - Δ

Step 1   R2 -> R2 - R1*1.0

#### Δ =

In the echelon form determinant of a matrix is a product of the diagonals of the matrix

Determinant of = (5)*(-2.0)

Determinant = -10.0

2. Explanation - Δ1

Step 1   R2 -> R2 - R1*1.2

#### Δ =

In the echelon form determinant of a matrix is a product of the diagonals of the matrix

Determinant of = (10)*(-4.0)

Determinant = -40.0

3. Explaination - Δ2

Step 1   R2 -> R2 - R1*1.0

#### Δ =

In the echelon form determinant of a matrix is a product of the diagonals of the matrix

Determinant of = (5)*(2.0)

Determinant = 10.03

● x1 = Δ1/Δ = -40.0/-10.0      x1 = 4.0

● x2 = Δ2/Δ = 10.0/-10.0    x2 = -1.0

### FAQs on Solving System of Linear Equations using Cramers Rule(2 variables)

1. What is Linear Equation?

A linear equation is an equation that gives a straight line when represented in a graph. It is an algebraic equation of the form y=mx+b.

2. How to express the standard form of a linear equation?

The standard form of linear equations is Ax + By + C = 0 (A ≠ 0, B ≠ 0)where x and y are variables and A, B, and C are constants.

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