Instruction

1

Write down the initial

**system**of equations of the third order. From the first equation of the system Express the first unknown variable X. To do this, move the terms containing other variables for the equals sign. Transferred members change sign to the opposite.2

If the multiplier variable is present expressed with the ratio differing from unity, divide by the value of all the equation. Thus, you will receive a variable x, expressed through the rest of the equation.

3

Substitute into the second equation instead of x the same expression that you got from the first equation. Simplify your recording by adding or subtracting like terms. Similar to the previous step Express from the second equation as an unknown variable. Also transfer all the other members of the equal sign and divide the entire equation by the coefficient in.

4

In the last third equation substitute the two unknown variables x and y expressed by the values of the first and second equations of the system. Moreover, the expression x will replace variable y. Simplify the resulting equation. It as the unknown variable will be only the third variable z. To Express it from the equation as described above, and calculate its value.

5

In the expression from the second equation, substitute the known value of variable z. Calculate the value of the variable. Further, in the variable expression x, substitute the values of the variables y and z. Calculate X. take Note of the numbers x, y, and z is the solution of the system with three

**unknown**.