Solve this equation using the Gaussian or Gauss-Jordan elimination x+9y+8z=0 5x+8y+z=35 x-4y-z=17
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You need to reduce the system to triangular form, hence, you should, eliminate x from the first and second equation such that:
-5x - 45y - 80z + 5x + 8y + z = 0 + 35
-37y - 79z = 35
You need to eliminate x from the first and the third equation such that:
x + 9y + 8z - x - 4y - z= 0-17
5y + 7z = -17
You need to use the equation -37y -...
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