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Topic: **Solving systems of equations in three variables homework****Question:**
I got part of it but I need help with the rest.
Solve this system in three variables:
x + 4y - z = 20
3x + 2y + z = 8
2x - 3y + 2x = -16
I got "y", which was 4, but I need help finding x and z... Can someone help,and explain the process to me as well, because I'm a little stuck. I just need to find the two other variables, x and z.
Thank you so so so much.

July 18, 2019 / By Dindrane

if u found y and ur answer is correct u can plug y=4 into the first and second equations and get... x+16-z=20 x-z=4 3x+8+z=8 3x+z=0 so the 2 equations are x-z=4 3x+z=0 add these two equations 4x=4 x=1 plug this into x-z=4 1-z=4 -z=3 z=-3 so.... x=1 and z=-3 and y=4

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