Replacement - gauss-jordan elimination, MATLAB in Engineering

Replacement:

Replace a row by adding it to (or subtract from it) a multiple of the other row. For a given row ri, this is written as

  ri  - srj →  ri

Note that when replacing row ri, nothing is multiplied by it. Rather, row rj is multiplied by a scalar s (that could be a fraction) and which is added to or subtracted from row ri.

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