Linear Algebraic Equations
Q. What are linear algebraic equations?
A. Linear algebraic equations are equations of the form shown below where xi (i=1,2...n) are the n unknowns, aij (i, j=1,2...n) are the coefficients and bj are the constants.
These n equations can be solved for the n unknowns using alorithms such as Gaussian Elimination, LU decomposition, etc.
Users are encouraged to read through the following primer: Linear Algebraic Equations Primer
|Solve for 3 unknowns x,y & z.||linear1.m & linear2.m|
|Solve for currents in a circuit.||linear_electricalcircuits.m|
|Solve for the acceleration and tensions for 3 falling parachutists.||linear_3parachutists.m|