Solve the linear system by Gaussian elimination {−2b+3c=1, 3a+6b−3c=−2, 6a+6b+3c=5 An inconsistent linear system with the third row being 0 0 0 6.?

Ivan Buckley 2022-09-23 Answered
Solve the linear system by Gaussian elimination
{ 2 b + 3 c = 1 3 a + 6 b 3 c = 2 6 a + 6 b + 3 c = 5
An inconsistent linear system with the third row being 0 0 0 6?
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Jaelyn Levine
Answered 2022-09-24 Author has 9 answers
Your calculations are correct, since you end up with the last line of the matrix being 0 0 0 6 the last equation in the reduced matrix has no solution so the whole system has no solution
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