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Solving Simultaneous Equations by Elimination





 
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Videos and solutions to help GCSE Maths students learn how to solve simultaneous equations by elimination.

Simultaneous Equations - Elimination method Example 1
In these examples the two equations have the same format and the x terms are both the same, being 3x.
Simultaneous Equations - Elimination method Example 2
In these examples the two equations have the same format but the y terms are both negative. Care must be taken over the signs as mistakes can easily be made.



Simultaneous Equations - Elimination method Example 3
In these examples the two equations have the same format but instead of the x terms being the same it is now the turn of the y terms. Care must be taken over the signs as mistakes can easily be made.
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