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**GAUSSIAN ELIMINATION APPLICATIONS
**

When setting up a modeling Gaussian Elimination question make sure that all

your variables are declared.

Remember that systems are most likely to have unique solutions but can also have

no solution (inconsistent equation) or infinite solutions (non-leading columns).

In this final lecture on Gaussian Elimination we will look at a host of applications.

Keep in mind that you should apply the reduction algorithm strictly and don’t wander

off into your own methods of solution.

Example 1: For the following system of equations, find conditions on the RHS vector

b1

b= b2 which ensure that the system is consistent (that is has a solution).

b3

x + 3y + 5z = b1

x + 4y + 7z = b2

2x + 7y + 12z = b3

F b3 = b1 + b2

1

F

∞ solutions c) All other λ.Example 2: For the following system of equations determine which values of λ (if any) will yield: a) no solution b) infinite solutions c) a unique solution. unique solution 2 F . 1 b) λ = 2. x+y+z = 4 x + λy + 2z = 5 2x + (λ + 1)y + (λ2 − 1)z = λ + 7 F a) No solution λ = −2.

t ∈ R z 0 1 x 10 b) y = −7 z 12 3 c) y = 3 F . x −2 1 F a) y = 5 + −1 t .Example 3: Consider the following system of equations: x + 2y + z = 8 4x + 3y − z = 7 3x + y − 2z = −1 a) Find the general solution. y and z must all be non-negative find the maximum value of y. c) Given that x. b) Find the solution which has an x−value of 10.

1200 bandicoots and 1900 conservationists set up and solve a system of linear equations to determine how many of each type of tree the forest contains. Given that the forest holds a total of 1700 koala bears.Example 4: A forest contains three different types of gum trees: The red gum. the blue gum and the swamp gum. 4 F . F 100 red gums. 500 blue gums and 200 swamp gums. Each red gum houses 1 koala bear and 3 bandicoots. Conservationists are planning to occupy the forest to protect it from logging. They have assigned one person to each red gum. Each blue gum houses 2 koala bears and 1 bandicoot and each swamp gum houses 3 koala bears and 2 bandicoots. two people to each blue gum and 4 people to each swamp gum.

λ ∈ R. F 5 2 2 2 F . t ∈ R z −1 3 meets the plane x 6 −1 2 y = 0 + 1 µ + 0 λ .Let us finish this topic by returning to lines and planes in space. z 0 0 −2 µ. We would have struggled to answer these sorts of questions earlier in the session. but we now have the perfect tool for this job! Example 5: Determine where the line x 1 1 y = 0 + 2 t .

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