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Re: Gaussian Matrix Elimination

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  • Subject: [mg6918] Re: [mg6873] Gaussian Matrix Elimination
  • From: "Sherman.Reed" <sherman.reed at>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Apr 1997 14:00:45 -0400 (EDT)
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1. The material in Mma 3.0 Standard Add-On Packages page 230,
is quite clear wrt to Gaussian Matrix Elimination.
2. The 3.0 standard literature is very helpful, although not portable
(Wolframs text on 3.0 and the Standard Add-On Package text).
3. I have found Applied Mathematica by Shaw and Tigg, 
Mathematica for Scientists and Engineers by Bahder, 
Mathematica as a tool by Birkhauser,
and Mathematica, A Practical Approach by Blachman
all very useful.  These were written for 2.0, but have a 
wealth of information that is useful for 3.0.

Sherman C. Reed
sherman.reed at
> From: Hexcoder13 <hexcoder13 at>
> Subject: [mg6873] Gaussian Matrix Elimination
> Date: Friday, April 25, 1997 1:31 AM
> Could someone tell me if you can set up mathematica to display in
> form and solve a matrix using the Gaussian Elimination method?  How can I
> set up a matrix to do this?  I am still very new to mathematica at
> and about the only thing I know how to do so far is plot functions.
> Does someone know any good books on using mathematica for college level
> algebra on up?
> thanks,
> hexcoder at
> hexcoder13 at

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