IN MATH: 1. n. a set of equations or statement which are to be solved simultaneously. EX. One might solve a system of linear equations graphically, by linear combination, substitution method, Cramer's Rule, with row-echelon elimination, or by using a SOLVER program, or key function on the calculator or computer which takes advanatage of one of these methods.

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. more than one part working together as a whole.

APPLICATION: See list 260.

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