Show that if Ax=b has more than 1 solution, it has infinitly many solutions.
Hint: If and are two solutions consider where
Here's my start
let and be distinct solutions to then and
Why must r+s=1?
Show that if Ax=b has more than 1 solution, it has infinitly many solutions.
Hint: If and are two solutions consider where
Here's my start
let and be distinct solutions to then and
Why must r+s=1?