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x y z rhs
1 1 2 3
2 1 6 3
0 3 4 13
multiply some number by r2 and add result to r3(2)
have to get o in r3 (1)
steps:

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ann :)
x y z rhs
1 1 2 3
2 1 6 3
0 3 4 13
multiply some number by r2 and add result to r3(2)
have to get o in r3 (1)
steps:
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