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Homework Help: math-matrix

Posted by Veronica on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 9:55pm.

solve using the gauss-jordan method.
x-2y+4z=7
-x+3y-z=-1
2x+y=-2

*I get through the first two columbs, but can't get the third one to the one and zero.

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