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A) Write the system as an augmented matrix. B) Solve (Either use your calculator
and RREF OR row reduce your augmented matrix). D) Write out the solution (you may need
a parameter). E) List 4 specific solutions (plug in values for the parameter).
a+3b+3c+2d = -5
%3D
2a-6b-6c+3d =-10
9b+9c-d =7
32
-5
-t6
- 16
2.
6.
-2r +r2
-4
22=
12.
3 3 2
-12 -12-1
2.
9.
9-1
Lo o ㅇ
-4
3 3 2
1-
a = 2
b +C = 3
-3r2+ri
d: -4
- 5
/7
3.
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Transcribed Image Text:A) Write the system as an augmented matrix. B) Solve (Either use your calculator and RREF OR row reduce your augmented matrix). D) Write out the solution (you may need a parameter). E) List 4 specific solutions (plug in values for the parameter). a+3b+3c+2d = -5 %3D 2a-6b-6c+3d =-10 9b+9c-d =7 32 -5 -t6 - 16 2. 6. -2r +r2 -4 22= 12. 3 3 2 -12 -12-1 2. 9. 9-1 Lo o ㅇ -4 3 3 2 1- a = 2 b +C = 3 -3r2+ri d: -4 - 5 /7 3.
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