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Homework Help: Linear Algebra

Posted by Linus on Monday, January 17, 2011 at 4:34pm.

Express the solutions of the following systems in terms of the free variables:

x1 + 3*(x2) - 2*(x3) + 2*(x5) = 0
2*(x1) + 6*(x2) - 5*(x3) - 2*(x4) + 4*(x5) - 3*(x6) = -1
5*(x3) + 10*(x4) + 15*(x6) = 5
2*(x1) + 6*(x2) + 8*(x4) + 4*(x5) + 18*(x6) = 6

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