# Common Core: High School - Algebra : Matrix Representation of Linear Equations: CCSS.Math.Content.HSA-REI.C.8

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #2 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #3 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #4 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #5 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #6 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #7 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #8 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #9 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.

Explanation:

In order to put these equations into proper matrix form, let's look at the general form.

The variables in the first matrix correspond to the coefficients in the equations and the variables in the third matrix correspond to the answers of the equations.

Now, let's substitute for each variable in the matrices.

### Example Question #10 : Matrix Representation Of Linear Equations: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Rei.C.8

Put the equations  into proper matrix form.