MATLAB >> CRAMERS Rule?

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?

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

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

```Hi:

I know that the Cramer's rule is quite trivial and discussed here
before. But I was looking for a solution for the general nxn case
without using any kind of loops,for,if, while commands. Just using
basic Matlab commands. I appreciate any elegant or vectorized
solutions.
```

```Hello,

I have spent several hours trying to write a function using cramer's
rule. Unfortunatly, I can't use any short cuts or built in functions
matlab already has. It has to be a three by three matrix with inputs
A and B and out puts X1,X2,and X3. Does anyone have any samples I
could study or suggestions for me?? Thanks for any help, I'm not
looking to copy anyones work I want to learn how to do it, just needs
some guidance or direction to go in Thanks.

Steve Dunn
```

```Dear all,

I calculate the Cramer's V and the adjusted contingency coefficient of different categorial variables (mutually). But how can I judge the values (in low, moderate and stron assoziation). I guess, that the adjusted CC can be interpreted similar to the Pearson correlation coefficient?
Where (references) can I find reliables values, which can be cited? I looked up in several statistical books without success.In the WWW you can find a great range of these values to judge the association.

Patrick
```

```Hello,

Where may I find Anderson-Darling and Cramer-Von Mises tests for
normality?

Thank you!

Marco
```