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Cramer's rule

[ krey-merz ]
/ ˈkreɪ mərz /
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noun Mathematics.
a method involving the determinant of the coefficients, for calculating a unique solution for a given system of linear equations.
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Origin of Cramer's rule

Named after Gabriel Cramer (1704–72), Swiss mathematician

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