Posted by **janika** on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 6:07pm.

CLASIFY THE SYSTEM

{ X-Y+Z=6

{ 7X-2Y-2Z=1

{ 5X+6Y+3Z=11

A)CONSISTENT. ONE SOLUTION

B)INCONSISTENT. INFINITELY MANY SOLUTIONS

C)INCONSISTENT. NO SOLUTION

D)CONSISTENT. INFINITELY MANY SOLUTION

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