Gauss Elimination. A System of Linear Equations. Two Equations, Two Unknowns: Lines in a Plane. Three Possible Types of Solutions. 1. No solution. Three Possible Types of Solutions. 1. A unique solution. Three Possible Types of Solutions. 1. Infinitely many solutions.
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1. No solution
1. A unique solution
1. Infinitely many solutions
What type of solution sets are represented?
A rectangular matrix is in echelon form if it has the following properties:
1. All nonzero rows are above any rows of all zeros.
2. Each leading entry of a row is in a column to the right of the leading entry of the row above it.
The positions of the first nonzero entry in each row are called the pivot positions.
The columns containing a pivot position are called the pivot columns.
1. No solution – the augmented column is a pivot column.
2. A unique solution – every column except the augmented column is a pivot column.
3. An infinite number of solutions – some column of the coefficient matrix is not a pivot column.
The variables corresponding to the columns that are not pivot columns are assigned parameters. These variables are called the free variables. The other variables may be solved in terms of the parameters and are called basic variables or leading variables.
A rectangular matrix is in row reducedechelon form if it has the following properties:
1. It is in echelon form.
2. All entries in a column above and below a leading entry are zero.
3. Each leading entry is a 1, the only nonzero entry in its column.
Estimate the temperatures T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, and T6 at the six points on the steel plate below. The value Tk is approximated by the average value of the temperature at the four closest points.
The rank of a matrix is the number of nonzero rows in its row echelon form.
Let A be the coefficient matrix of a system of linear equations with n variables. If the system is consistent, then
Number of free variable = n – rank(A)