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EvrydayAzn

  • one year ago

what does row equivalent mean

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  1. abb0t
    • one year ago
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    EDC!!

  2. EvrydayAzn
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    yup

  3. EvrydayAzn
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    PLUR!

  4. abb0t
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    LOL!!!!

  5. EvrydayAzn
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    by any chance can you explain what row equivalent means?

  6. abb0t
    • one year ago
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    I think it refers to a system which an be switched and have the same row space.

  7. EvrydayAzn
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    ok ill work with that

  8. abb0t
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    a system is row equivalent if you can get from one to the other using elementary row operations. Having the same number of rows is a necessary condition but don't think it's necessary to say they are row equivalent on just those conditions.

  9. EvrydayAzn
    • one year ago
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    ok i get it, matrices have to be the same size, nxn

  10. EvrydayAzn
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    and you need to be able to solve them with the 3 elementary row operations

  11. EvrydayAzn
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    and they have to share the same solution set right?

  12. abb0t
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    Yep! If they have the same solution set, they both reduce to the same matrix in reduced row echelon form and since row operations are reversible, yo can then reverse one set of these to get from one matrix to the other by row operations and hence row equivalent.

  13. EvrydayAzn
    • one year ago
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    thx that was really clear and concise

  14. abb0t
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    Curious, r u engineering major @ UCLA?

  15. EvrydayAzn
    • one year ago
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    nope, my friend made this account for me

  16. EvrydayAzn
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    never had the chance to put accurate information lol

  17. abb0t
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    Oh. Ok. Lol. Well Best of luck. Cheers.

  18. EvrydayAzn
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    thx a bunch

  19. EvrydayAzn
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