What is this type of algebra thing called? I can't remember. 😅?
It's two equations on top of each other, I think it's name starts with 's' but then my mind immediately goes to 'substitution'. 😅
Thank you all you're a real help 💜
- ComoLv 72 years ago
- TomVLv 72 years ago
"Simultaneous equations". The name is derived from the condition that for a solution to exist, that solution must satisfy both equations "simultaneously".
- llafferLv 72 years ago
or "system of equations". Both mean the same thing.
- DavidLv 72 years ago
They are called simultaneous equations that can be solved by substitution or elimination.
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- AlexanderLv 72 years ago
Simultaneous comes to mind.