Gaussian Elimination and Cramer's Rule, we are going to use a different method. This method involves using 2 x 2 inverse matrices. To solve the linear system, we find the inverse of the 2 x 2 coefficient matrix (by using either row matrix operation or the formula) and multiply it with the answer column. Multiplying them would result in a column matrix, and the entries in the column matrix will give you a unique solution to the linear system.">

# Solving linear systems using 2 x 2 inverse matrices - Matrices

### Solving linear systems using 2 x 2 inverse matrices

Now that we learned how to solve linear systems with Gaussian Elimination and Cramer's Rule, we are going to use a different method. This method involves using 2 x 2 inverse matrices. To solve the linear system, we find the inverse of the 2 x 2 coefficient matrix (by using either row matrix operation or the formula) and multiply it with the answer column. Multiplying them would result in a column matrix, and the entries in the column matrix will give you a unique solution to the linear system.