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# Applications of Linear Systems

## Word problems using two equations and two unknowns

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## Writing and Solving Systems Given Word Problems - Example 1

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Writing Systems of Equations Given Word Problems
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## Writing and Solving Systems Given Word Problems - Example 2

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Writing and Solving Systems by Graphing Given Word Problems
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## Writing and Solving Systems Given Word Problems (Systems of Equations and Inequalities) - Overview

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Overview
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## Writing and Solving Systems Given Word Problems (Linear Systems and Matrices) - Overview

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## Writing and Solving Systems Given Word Problems (Linear Systems and Matrices) - Example 1

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Writing Systems of Equations Given Word Problems
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## Writing and Solving Systems Given Word Problems (Linear Systems and Matrices) - Example 2

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Writing and Solving Systems by Graphing Given Word Problems
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