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anonymous
 5 years ago
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there are two systems of MXN non homogeneus equations:
they both are from Ax=b type
and their redused A is the same.
the first system c' has infinit number of solution
does the other one(c) has infinit number of solutions too .
?
i know that its wrong but in this course i have a list of laws regarding systems of equations
and if the answer was "yes" then i should have prove it.
but i dont know why by the laws its impossible???(so i need to look for contradicting example)
anonymous
 5 years ago
question: there are two systems of MXN non homogeneus equations: they both are from Ax=b type and their redused A is the same. the first system c' has infinit number of solution does the other one(c) has infinit number of solutions too . ? i know that its wrong but in this course i have a list of laws regarding systems of equations and if the answer was "yes" then i should have prove it. but i dont know why by the laws its impossible???(so i need to look for contradicting example)

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nowhereman
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I don't know what you mean by 'reduced A', but if the linear functions functions are the same, the solutions of the two equations only differ by a constant vector and thus there are equally many solutions for both.
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