Systems of simultaneous equations are intriguing.

They are used to identify points that the equations have in common (in this case, an *x* and a *y* value). Interestingly, there are a number of ways to solve equations simultaneously. The two primary methods that are first learned in middle high school are ** substitution** and

My plan (at this stage) is to address these four key methods/topics on this website.

I attend university in the US and am starting the more difficult math courses. I have never studied and managed to stumble along for a very long time and now I have no idea what I am doing. I can follow along with lecture and understand what they are saying but when left on my own I have no clue what to do and where to start. So I’ve recommitted to start over and build a solid foundation. Looking around youtube alot I have found some good quick fix stuff but man I am converted to Graeme Hendersen. I really appreciate your very thorough approach to learning and can’t get enough of your explaining mathematical concepts. I am eating up everything and am excited to master math. Man, I sound super nerdy but it’s true. Thanks

Garett M (on a CCM YouTube video about How to Find the Equation of a Parallel Line in 4-5 Lines of Work)

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