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Solve the following system of equations. {−x+4y−z=-4 3x−y+2z=6 2x−3y+3z=−2 Give your answer as an ordered triple...

Solve the following system of equations.

{−x+4yz=-4

3xy+2z=6

2x−3y+3z=−2

Give your answer as an ordered triple (x,y,z).

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