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yes it is possible.not only columns but also rows can be transformed.

u can use gauss jorden or gauss elimination method for solving linear equation u also use simple subtraction method for small linear equation also.. after that also there are many methods are available but above are most used

At 24 years of age, he wrote a book called Disquisitines Arithmeticae, which is regarded today as one of the most influential books written in math. He also wrote the first modern book on number theory, and proved the law of quadratic reciprocity. In 1801, Gauss discovered and developed the method of least squares fitting, 10 years before Legendre, unfortunately, he didn't publish it. Gauss proved that every number is the sum of at most three triangular numbers and developed the algebra of congruences.

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Solve the following systems of simultaneous linear equations using Gauss elimination method and Gauss-Seidel Method 2x1+3x2+7x3 = 12 -----(1) x1-4x2+5x3 = 2 -----(2) 4x1+5x2-12x3= -3 ----(3) Answer: I'm not here to answer your university/college assignment questions. Please refer to the related question below and use the algorithm, which you should have in your notes anyway, to do the work yourself.

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yes it is possible.not only columns but also rows can be transformed.

u can use gauss jorden or gauss elimination method for solving linear equation u also use simple subtraction method for small linear equation also.. after that also there are many methods are available but above are most used

Gebhard Dietrich Gauss and Dorothea Benz. Its CarlFriedrich Gauss, by the way.

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Using Gauss's method, 1+2+3...1000= 500x1001=500500 Answer:500500

He proved the "fundamental theorem of algebra" and developed a method of minimizing statistical error called "the method of least squares" which is still used today.

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