You may want to learn how to use the symbolic toolbox, which can display answers in a form you may want.
A = [2 3 5; 3 4 7; 1 1 1];
[x,y,z] = solve(A*[x;y;z] == B,x,y,z)
But the fact is, most problems are not 3x3 matrices when you get into the real world. What may seem easy to read for 3 variables is no longer easy to read when you have hundreds, or worse, tens of thousands of unknowns.
Once you learn to use matrices and vectors, that vector of results IS the easy way to look at and USE the results. This is not a question about teaching a child to use the tool, but merely getting the experience with using the language and learning to solve problems.