Is there any trick or technique to easily understand and apply elementary operations on matrices?
Asked by akshitaasia | 9th Dec, 2017, 06:47: PM
For the row transformations you need to have 1 at the place of a11 and then zeros at the place of a21 and a31
1 at the place of a22 and then zeroes at the place of a12 and a32
1 at the place of a33 then zeroes at the place of a13 and a23
Answered by Sneha shidid | 9th Dec, 2017, 08:52: PM
- Solve only by using elementary operations not Adjoints:
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