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Asked Jan 31, 2019

1. Use the Gaussian Elimination method to solve:•1x + 2y + 3z = 14•2x + 1y + 3z = 13•2x + 3y + 1z = 11

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Step 1

First we write the equations

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Step 2

Now we form a matrix and we will try to convert the matrix in upper triangular form means below the diagonal of matrix all elements should be zero.

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Step 3

Now we apply R₂-R...

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