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This video is a tutorial on how to solve systems of equations with four unknowns using Gauss's Method. The teacher goes through the steps of the method and provides an outline of the problem.

**00:00:00**This video is about solving systems of equations with four unknowns. Antonia asked the teacher to do this exercise, and the teacher shows how to do it using Gauss's Method. There is also a method called Cramer's Method which can be used if the system is compatible with certain determinants, but it is very difficult to do. Gauss's Method is easy, and the first thing you need to do is copy this matrix. You should be careful when doing this step, as you might make a mistake if you don't understand the notation. Finally, Antonia provides an outline of the problem. If you are confused during the problem, remember that Gauss's Method is the same as solving systems of equations using reduction.

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