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  1. #1
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    Arrow Matrix Algebra help please:

    Given the system Ax = b has the solution
    X^T = [3-2s+3t - t-3s - s - 2t-2s-5 - 4-3t - t] (dashes only included for distinction)
    Write this solution as a linear combination of the particular solution and the homogeneous solution (clearly label each) and identify the basic solution vectors to the corresponding system Ax = 0? Does this system have an invertible matrix? Why or Why not?

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Last edited by Nitz456; October 17th 2007 at 08:17 PM. Reason: not enough space
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    Wow that is really complex. Is that a lot further ahead then a question like:

    Solve the system of equations by use of determinants
    3x+2y-z=34
    5x+8y+3z=19
    2x-5y-4z=23

    Thats the math im on currently. Nowhere close to the stuff you're on. Sorry if this is an inapropriate post but im just intrigued by that question, made me want to see how far away I am from that level of mathematics. Good luck on solving it btw.
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