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1. Matrix methods can be used to solve linear programming problems. A linear programming problem is used to find an optimal solution, subject to stated restraints.
For example, consider an accountant who prepares tax returns. Suppose a form 1040EZ requires $12 in computer resources to process and 22 minutes of the accountant's time. Assume a form 1040A takes $25 in computer resources and needs 48 minutes of the accountant's time. If the accountant can spend $630 on computer resources and has 1194 minutes available, how many forms of 1040EZ and 1040A can the accountant process?
2. You are given the following system of linear equations:
x - y + 2z = 13
2x + 2y - z = -6
-x + 3y + z = -7
a. Provide a coefficient matrix corresponding to the system of linear equations.
b. What is the inverse of this matrix?
c. What is the transpose of this matrix?
d. Find the determinant for this matrix.
3. Calculate the following for
a. A * B
4. Solve the following linear system using Gaussian elimination.
3x + y - z = -5
-4x + y = 6
6x - 2y + 3z = 2
5. Solve the following linear system for x using Cramer's rule.
x + 2y - 3z = -22
2x - 6y + 8z = 74
-x - 2y + 4z = 29© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 8:42 pm ad1c9bdddf
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Solutions to the posted problems are given with step by step working and explanation so that the students could understand the procedure easily and use these solutions to solve other similar problems.
The problems involve using Gaussian Elimination method, Cramer's Rule to solve system of linear equations.
Finding Inverse matrix, Transpose of matrix, Determinant of Matrix and other operations in Matrices