Systems of Linear Equations and Generalized Inverse
A useful application of the results of the preceding Section will now be made. We will consider first the general solutions to systems of linear homogeneous equations, and then that of systems linear non-homogeneous equations. These results will then be used in finding a so-called generalized inverse of a matrix.
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