# Solving the linear system using Gaussian elimination

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Matrices are the most common and popular way to solve systems of equations.

Provide an example of a matrix that can be solved using Gaussian elimination.

Show specifically how row operations can be used to solve the matrix.

State the solution.

Substitute the solution back into the equation to verify the solution.

Objective: Explain matrices.

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Matrices are the most common and popular way to solve systems of equations.

Provide an example of a matrix that can be solved using Gaussian elimination.

Show specifically how row operations can be used to solve the matrix.

State the solution.

Substitute the solution back into the equation to verify the solution.

First take a general look at the Gaussian elimination.

It is a method of solving a linear system of equations in the from of . This is done by transforming ...

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