Give an example of a matrix A for which the system Ax= b can be solved for any b, but not necessarily uniquely.
Is there a way to do this that does not involve "brute force"?
testing wrote:Give an example of a matrix A for which the system Ax= b can be solved for any b, but not necessarily uniquely.
Is there a way to do this that does not involve "brute force"?
[ a b ][x] [s]
[ c d ][y] = [t]