Solve a system of linear equations using the elimination method, and then graph the solution.

Learn how to form a linear equation with an infinite number of solutions.

Determine how many nickels and dimes Zoey deposited in the bank by writing and solving a system of linear equations using substitution.

In this program students will learn that concepts involving inequalities and systems of equations can be used to solve linear programming application problems. Instructor: Cryshel Whitehead (The transcript of this program is available for download at the link below.)

This example shows one of the several elimination by addition methods that can be used to solve a system of equations.

In this module you'll learn how to tell if a system of linear equations is consistent or inconsistent.

Practice determining the number of solutions to systems of equations.

In this program students learn to write the equation of a line when given two points on the line. Instructor: Cryshel Whitehead (The transcript of this program is available for download at the link below.)

This example shows an elimination by addition method that can be used to solve a system of equations.

This problem asks you to determine the number of solutions for each of three equations.