Find x and y for (y/2)-x=2 and 6x-(3y/2)=3 using gaussian elimination
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Originally Posted by brumby_3 As above! . . Solve for : . Back substitute and solve for : . So the solution is .
Hi Prove it, I believe that I'm supposed to show the answer by using the gaussian elimination by using matrixes?
Originally Posted by brumby_3 Hi Prove it, I believe that I'm supposed to show the answer by using the gaussian elimination by using matrixes? Then you should have said that. Rewrite the system as . Then follow the exact same process I said above.
Hello, brumby_3! Solve by Gaussian elimination: . We have: . . . . . . . . . Therefore: .
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