Forward substitution, MATLAB in Engineering

Forward substitution:

The Forward substitution (done methodically by first getting a 0 in the a21 place, and then a31, and lastly a32):

1873_Forward substitution.png

For the Gauss technique, this is followed by the back-substitution:

938_Forward substitution1.png

For the Gauss-Jordan technique, this is rather followed by the back elimination:

1384_Forward substitution2.png

13_Forward substitution3.png

Posted Date: 10/22/2012 5:10:06 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Forward substitution, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Forward substitution, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Forward substitution Discussions

Write discussion on Forward substitution
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Reading from a Mat-File: The load function is used to read from various types of files. As with save function, by default the file will be supposed to be a MAT-file, and load

Example to change the line width from the default: For illustration, to change the line width from the default of 0.5 to 1.5: >> set(hl,'LineWidth',1.5) As long as the


Function fieldnames - structure functions: The function fieldnames will return the names of the fields which are contained in the structure variable. >> pack_fields = fiel

Execute a exponential function program: Running the script will take up the menu as shown in the figure: Then, what happens will totally depend on which button(s) the


Structures: The Structures are data structures which group together values which are logically related in what are known as the fields of structure. The benefit of structures

Symbolic Variables and expressions: The MATLAB has a type known as sym for the symbolic variables and expressions; these work with strings. The illustration, to generate a sym

Implementation of binary search: The binary search can be implemented as a recursive function. The recursive function below also implements this binary search algorithm. It re

Appending variables to the Mat-File: Appending to the file adds to what has been saved in a file, and is accomplished by using the -append option. For illustration, supposing