$1)$ If the row reduced the form of a matrix has more than two non-zero entries in any row, then the corresponding system of equations has Infinitely many solutions. $2)$ If the row reduced the form of a matrix has more than two non-zero entries in any row. then the ... ? If we have more than 2 non zero, then it's good, because then we will have more number of equations? How is the answer C?

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Jan 30, 2016
in Linear Algebra
Purple
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