Gaussian Elimination: three equations, three unknownsUse the Gauss-Jordan Elimination method to solve systems of linearequations.1Write corresponding augmented coefficient matrix2reduce to reduced row echelon form (rref), using three elementaryrow operations3from reduced matrix write the equivalent system of equations4solve for leading variables in terms of non-leading variables (if any)5set non-leading variables to any real number6write solution to system in matrix form. This is not part of G-J butis required for exam 1
Gaussian Elimination: three equations,three unknownsequation of plane and graph- 10- 9- 8- 7- 6x- 5- 4- 8- 3- 7- 6y- 5- 2- 6- 4- 5- 4- 3- 1- 3- 2- 2- 1- 1000112213344526576837910811941213145678910Equations of formax + by + cz = dgraph as a plane in threedimensional space
Gaussian Elimination: three equations, three unknownscase I: one solutionx + 2y + z = 5(1)2x + y + 2z = 7(2)x + 2y + 4z = 4(3)
Gaussian Elimination: three equations, three unknownscase I: one solutionUse Matlab or free matlab clones.