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Page 1 // CS 31 Quiz 13 // February 28, 2007 // John A. Rohr // // This program solves a system of two equations in two unknowns. // // The equations are the following: // // ax + by = c // dx + ey = f // // Analysis: // // Using determinants, the denominator of the solution will be // // denom = a * e - b * d // // If the denominator is zero, the solution is not unique. // If the denominator is not zero, the solution is as follows: // // x = (c * e - b * f) / denom // y = (a * f - c * d) / denom #include <iostream> using namespace std int main() { double mat[2][3] // Equation matrix double *pDenom // Denominator pointer double *pX // First variable pointer double *pY // Second varaible pointer int *pE // Equation index pointer int *pT // Term index pointer // Display a title and a blank line cout << "2 x 2 EQUATION SOLVER" << endl << endl // Allocate the variables pDenom = new double pX = new double pY = new double pE = new int pT = new int // If any allocation was unsuccessful
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course CS 31 taught by Professor Melkanoff during the Winter '00 term at UCLA.

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