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Cramer's Rule
Cramer's mile involves using determinants of matrices to solve systems. Before we can apply this rule, we
‘must understand how to find the determinant of a matrix. A matrix is just a rectangular arrangement of
numbers. Square brackets are used around the arrangement.
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To evaluate a 2x2 determinant use|
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‘Notice that when looking for x, we replaced the
xterm coefficients wit the constants in the
‘numerator and when looking, for y, we replaced
the y-term coefficients withthe constants in the
‘numerator. Inthe denominator, we constructed
‘our determinant with the x and y-term
coefficients. This will help us remember the rule
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‘Answer. The check is left upto you.To evaluate a 3x3 determinant use |b eh
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‘Each 2x2 determinant in this expansion is evaluated as discussed above, Notice the minus sign. To help |* ~ +
remember the signs we may use the matrix of signs. This sign matrix tells us the sigs in our expansion, |— + =
jst look at the postions ofthe numbers inthe determinant. So the umber “a"hasaphus sign infin” |,”
‘in the expansion, “b” has a minus sign and “c” has «plus sign,
‘To get the 2x2 determinant pars, we “eross out” the row and column containing the given element of
‘our expansion column/row. The 2x2 part leftovers what we multiply by tat element For example, if
‘we want the 2x2 determinant that goes along with 2, we would cross out the second row and the fs
olin, whats left over i he 2x2 determinant containing d & gin the I" row and fin the 2" ow.
‘We may evaluate a detenmitant by expanding ove any row or column. Here, we expanded over the
first column, Ifyou expand over another row or column, use the marx of signs to gt the operations
(signs) in the expansion conect.
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