Gauss elimination, MATLAB in Engineering

Gauss Elimination:

The Gauss elimination technique consists of:

  •    Generating the augmented matrix [A b]
  •    Applying EROs to augmented matrix to obtain an upper triangular form (known as forward elimination)
  •    Back-substitution to solve

 

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