# How do you write linear equations in matrix form?

## Question:

How do you write linear equations in matrix form?

## Matrices:

A matrix is a mathematical method to organize data values. It is very similar to a chart or table because it organizes the data into columns and rows, but it does not include any horizontal or vertical lines. All matrices are surrounded by a pair of large brackets ({eq}\left[ \right] {/eq}). An example of a matrix is {eq}M= \left[ {\begin{array}{cc} 1 & 2 \\ 3 & 4 \\ \end{array} } \right] {/eq}

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To write a linear equation in matrix form, first, write the equation in standard form ({eq}Ax+By=C {/eq}). The matrix will have three columns and one...

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