Augmented matrix, Algebra

Augmented Matrix

Previously we saw that there were some special cases in the solution to systems of two equations. We illustrated that there didn't need to be a solution at all and that in fact we could have infinitely several solutions.  In this section we will generalize this out to general systems of equations and we will look at how to deal along with these cases while using augmented matrices to solve a system.

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