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simultaneous equations

[‚sī·məl′tā·nē·əs i′kwā·zhənz]
(mathematics)
A collection of equations considered to be a set of joint conditions imposed on the variables involved.
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Solving the pair of simultaneous linear equations, one would obtain:
This benefitted them in the learning of a topic, such as solving simultaneous linear equations, which students at this year level generally find challenging.
Whereas sutras six and seven cover specific cases of simultaneous linear equations, sutra four can be used to solve any system of simultaneous linear equations (although for a high school discussion it may not be realistic to go beyond three unknowns).
They cover matrices, introduction to numerical methods, roots of equations, simultaneous linear equations, numerical interpolation, differentiation and integration, differential equations, data description and treatment, curve fitting and regression analysis, and numerical optimization.
Since there is the same sum for the three rows, three columns and two diagonals, it is possible to write down eight simultaneous linear equations for the nine unknowns (one in each cell).

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