Visual Gauss --- Introduction ---

Visual Gauss is an exercise on the method of Gauss elimination to diagonalise a linear system or to find the inverse of a matrix. This method consists of transforming a given matrix to the identity matrix, by successive operations of modifications of rows.
You may work on this exercise for The interface of the exercise contains a facility allowing you in certain cases to do the operations by clicking over the elements without making computations of coefficients. This facility may be disabled.

Other exercises on: Gauss   linear_systems   matrix   field   linear_algebra  


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