Illustration of gauss elimination, MATLAB in Engineering

Illustration of Gauss elimination:

For illustration, for a 2 × 2 system, an augmented matrix be:

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Then, the EROs is applied to obtain the augmented matrix into an upper triangular form:

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Therefore, the goal is simply to substitute a21 with 0. Here, the primes points that the values (might) have been changed.

Putting this back into the equation form results,

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Executing this matrix multiplication for each row outcomes in:

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Therefore, the solution is as shown below:

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Likewise, for a 3 × 3 system, the augmented matrix is decreased to upper triangular form:

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(This will be completed systematically by first obtaining a 0 in the a21 position, then a31, and lastly a32.)

Then, the answer will be:

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As an illustration, consider the 2 × 2 system of equations as shown below:

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As a matrix equation Ax = b, this is:

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The initial step is to augment the coefficient matrix A with the b to obtain an augmented matrix [A| b]:

743_Illustration of Gauss elimination9.png

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