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Asked Jul 26, 2019

Hello,

I am not confident in this Linear Algebra question:

Suppose that a nonhomogeneous system with 10 linear equations in 8 unknowns has a solution with 2 free variables. Is it possible to change some constants on the equations’ right hand side to make the new system inconsistent? Explain in detail.

Help would be greatly appreciated

Step 1

Consider the system,

Step 2

It is given that two free variable.

Step 3

Thus, the dimension of column...

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