# Use Cramers Method to solve c + p = 13 and 2c + 4p = 40

<-- Equation 1
<-- Equation 2

## Use Cramers method to solve:

c + p = 13
2c + 4p = 40

Equation 1 is in the correct format.
Equation 2 is in the correct format.

## Find a, b, c in ax + by = c

c + p = 13
a = 1, b = 1, c = 13

## Find d, e, f in dx + ey = f

2c + 4p = 40
d = 2, e = 4, f = 40

## Step 1, calculate Delta (Δ):

Δ = a * e - b * d
Δ = (1 * 4) - (1 * 2)
Δ = 4 - 2
Δ = 2

## Step 2, calculate the numerator for c

Numerator(c) = c * e - b * f
Numerator(c) = (13 * 4) - (1 * 40)
Numerator(c) = 52 - 40
Numerator(c) = 12

## Step 3, calculate the numerator for p

Numerator(p) = a * f - c * d
Numerator(p) = (1 * 40) - (13 * 2)
Numerator(p) = 40 - 26
Numerator(p) = 14

## Evaluate and solve:

 c  = Numerator(c) Δ

 c  = 12 2

 p  = Numerator(p) Δ

 p  = 14 2

Solve using Gauss Jordan Elimination

p = 7

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