MATLAB >> CRAMERS Rule?

by Megan Madden » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 10:40:07 GMT


Given the following two-equations-two unknowns, write a computer program, using CRAMERS’RULE to solve for the roots.

aX + bY = C
dX + eY = f


DATA:

a b c d e f
2 5 -1 2 5 -5
0 3 8 -.5 3 2
-2 -3 0 -.3 0 4

MATLAB >> CRAMERS Rule?

by Sprinceana » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 15:06:01 GMT


Cramer's rule is used in solving linear system of equations.

Just follow up this :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cramer %27s_rule

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