Suppose you have used Gaussian elimination to transform the augmented matrix of a linear system into row-echelon form. How can you tell whether the system has exactly one solution? no solution? infinitely many solutions?
Whether the system has exactly one solution, no solution, infinitely many solutions.
Assume the Gaussian elimination method is used to transform the augmented matrix of a linear system into row-echelon form. The system has following solutions:
No solution, if the row-echelon from contains a row that represents the equation , where c is not zero
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