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Linear systems vocab

section 3.1-3.5

system of equations two or more equations with the same variable
consistant atleast one solution
inconsitant no solution
independant one solution
dependant infinite solutions
substitution method one equation solves for terms of another
elimination method eliminate one variable by adding or subtracting the equation
system of inequalities set of inequalities with the same variable
constraints condidions given to variables
feasible region the intersection of the graphs
bounded when the intersected area is a polygon
vertices maximum and minimum value that a linear function has for the points in a feasible region
unbounded when the inequalities form a region that is open
linear programming the process of finding the maximum or minimum values for a region
ordered triple when the equation has 3 variables
octants intersect right angles and divide space into 8 regions
Created by: Chase19