# Comparing algebraic and graphical methods for solving simultaneous equations

In this lesson you will learn about the benefits of using graphical or algebraic methods to solve simultaneous equations.

# Video

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# Worksheet

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# Lesson summary: Comparing algebraic and graphical methods for solving simultaneous equations

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