Scaling - gauss-jordan elimination, MATLAB in Engineering

 

Scaling: change a row by multiplying it by a non-zero scalar sri →  ri

For illustration, for the matrix:

 

580_Scaling.png

Posted Date: 10/22/2012 3:16:06 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Scaling - gauss-jordan elimination, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Scaling - gauss-jordan elimination, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Scaling - gauss-jordan elimination Discussions

Write discussion on Scaling - gauss-jordan elimination
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Calling of Function polyval: The curve does not appear very smooth on this plot, but that is as there are only five points in the x vector. To estimate the temperature

Plotting from a Function: The following function creates a Figure Window as shown in figure, which shows various types of plots for similar y vector. The vector is passed as a

Referring to and Showing Cell Array Elements and Attributes: Just as with the other vectors, we can refer to individual elements of the cell arrays. The only difference is tha

Reading from a File in a While Loop: Though in most languages the combination of a loop and an if statement would be essential to determine whether or not the elements in a ve


Patch function - graphics objects: The patch function is used to generate a patch graphics object, which is made from 2-dimensional polygons. The patch is defined by its verti

num2str function: The num2str function, that converts real numbers, can be called in many ways. If only the real number is passed to the num2str function, it will generate a s

Example of Plotting from a Function: For illustration, the function can be called as shown below:      >> y = [1:2:9].^3      y =     1  27  125  343  729

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 r

Inverse of square matrix: The inverse is, hence the result of multiplying the scalar 1/D by each and every element in the preceding matrix. Note that this is not the matrix A,