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The system of simultaneous equations $x+2y+z=6\\2x+y+2z=6\\x+y+z=5$ has unique solution. infinite number of solutions. no solution. exactly two solutions.
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The values of $\eta$ for which the following system of equations $\begin{array} {} x & + & y & + & z & = & 1 \\ x & + & 2y & + & 4z & = & \eta \\ x & + & 4y & + & 10z & = & \eta ^2 \end{array}$ has a solution are $\eta=1, -2$ $\eta=-1, -2$ $\eta=3, -3$ $\eta=1, 2$
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The value of $\lambda$ such that the system of equation $\begin{array}{} 2x & – & y & + & 2z & = & 2 \\ x & – & 2y & + & z & = & -4 \\ x & + & y & + & \lambda z & = & 4 \end{array}$ has no solution is $3$ $1$ $0$ $-3$
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The values of $\eta$ for which the following system of equations $\begin{array} {} x & + & y & + & z & = & 1 \\ x & + & 2y & + & 4z & = & \eta \\ x & + & 4y & + & 10z & = & \eta ^2 \end{array}$ has a solution are $\eta = 1, -2$ $\eta = -1, -2$ $\eta = 3, -3$ $\eta = 1, 2$
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Let $P_1$, $P_2$ and $P_3$ denote, respectively, the planes defined by $\begin{array} {} a_1x +b_1y+c_1z=\alpha _1 \\ a_2x +b_2y+c_2z=\alpha _2 \\ a_3x +b_3y+c_3z=\alpha _3 \end{array}$ It is given that $P_1$, $P_2$ and $P_3$ intersect ... then the planes do not have any common point of intersection intersect at a unique point intersect along a straight line intersect along a plane
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Let two systems of linear equations be defined as follows: $\begin{array} {} & x+y & =1 \\ P: & 3x+3y & =3 \\ & 5x+5y & =5 \end{array}$ and $\begin{array} {} & x+y & =3 \\ Q: & 2x+2y & =4 \\ & 5x+5y & =12 \end{array}$. Then, $P$ and $Q$ are inconsistent $P$ and $Q$ are consistent $P$ is consistent but $Q$ is inconsistent None of the above
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Let two systems of linear equations be defined as follows: $\begin{array}{lll} & x+y & =1 \\ P: & 3x+3y & =3 \\ & 5x+5y & =5 \end{array}$ and $\begin{array}{lll} & x+y & =3 \\ Q: & 2x+2y & =4 \\ & 5x+5y & =12 \end{array}$. Then, $P$ and $Q$ are inconsistent $P$ and $Q$ are consistent $P$ is consistent but $Q$ is inconsistent None of the above
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In a non-homogeneous equation Ax = b, x has a unique solution when $A^{-1}$ exists i.e x = $A^{-1}$b but when det(A) = 0 then we have infinite solution or many solution. please give a mathematical explanation of how the 2nd statement occurs?
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The value of $\lambda$ for which the system of linear equations $2x-y-z=12$, $x-2y+z=-4$ and $x+y+\lambda z=4$ has no solution is $2$ $-2$ $3$ $-3$
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If the system of equations $\begin{array} \\ax +y+z= 0 \\ x+by +z = 0 \\ x+y + cz = 0 \end{array}$ with $a,b,c \neq 1$ has a non trivial solutions, the value of $\frac{1}{1-a} + \frac{1}{1-b} + \frac{1}{1-c}$ is $1$ $-1$ $3$ $-3$
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Let AX=B be a system of n linear equations in n unknown with integer coefficient and the components of B are all integer. Consider the following (1)det(A)=1 (2)det(A)=0 (3)Solution X has integer entries (4)Solution X does not have all integer entries For the given system of linear ... 1, then 3 holds true (c)If 1, then 4 holds true (d)If 2, then 3 holds true I think (d) should be the answer.
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My solution:- Since the Determinant of matrix is Zero. So it will posses non trivial solution. Now what should be the answer ? According to me Option D as rank is < Order so infinite number of solutions
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consider a system of linear equation where AMxN XNx1 =BMx1 TRUE OR FALSE Q1 IF B=0 AND DETERMINENT OF A i.e |A| IS NOT EQUAL TO ZERO THEN IT MEANS UNIQUE SOLUTION?? Q2 IF B NOT EQUAL TO 0 AND DETERMINENT OF A i.e |A| IS NOT EQUAL TO ZERO THEN IT MEANS INFINITE MANY SOLUTION SOLUTION?? Q3 IF B IS NOT EQUAL TO 0 AND M<N THEN IT MEANS NO UNIQUE SOLUTION??
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Test the consistency of the following system of equations and solve if possible $3x + 3y +2z = 1$ $x + 2y = 4$ $10y + 3z = -2$ $2x - 3y -z = 5$
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Test the consistency of the following system of equations $5x + 3y + 7z = 4$ $3x + 26y + 2z = 9$ $7x + 2y + 10z = 5$
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The $a, b, c$ and $d$ satisfy the equations$\begin{matrix} a & + & 7b & + & 3c & + & 5d & = &16 \\ 8a & + & 4b & + & 6c & + & 2d & = &-16 \\ 2a & + & 6b & + & 4c & + & 8d & = &16 \\ 5a & + & 7b & + & 3c & + & 5d & = &-16 \end{matrix}$Then $(a+d)(b+c)$ equals $-4$ $0$ $16$ $-16$
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Consider following system of equations: $\begin{bmatrix} 1 &2 &3 &4 \\ 5&6 &7 &8 \\ a&9 &b &10 \\ 6&8 &10 & 13 \end{bmatrix}$\begin{bmatrix} x1\\ x2\\ x3\\ x4 \end{bmatrix}$=$\begin{bmatrix} 0\\ 0\\ 0\\ 0 \end{bmatrix}$The locus of all$(a,b)\in\mathbb{R}^{2 ... system has at least two distinct solution for ($x_{1},x_{2},x_{3},x_{4}$) is a parabola a straight line entire $\mathbb{R}^{2}$ a point
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If $a,b,c$ and $d$ satisfy the equations $a+7b+3c+5d =16$ $8a+4b+6c+2d = -16$ $2a+6b+4c+8d = 16$ $5a+3b+7c+d= -16$ Then $(a+d)(b+c)$ equals $-4$ $0$ $16$ $-16$
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For what values of $\lambda$ the system of equations will have $2$ linear independent solutions - $x + y + z = 0$ $(\lambda + 1) y + (\lambda + 1) z = 0$ ($\lambda^{2}- 1) z = 0$ Now the problem i'm facing is if there is $2$ Linear ... rank of matrix will be $1$. Can anyone please explain in simple why the rank of matrix should be $1$ if we need $2$ Linear Independent solution. Thankyou.
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Given that $a$ and $b$ are integers and $a+a^2 b^3$ is odd, which of the following statements is correct? $a$ and $b$ are both odd $a$ and $b$ are both even $a$ is even and $b$ is odd $a$ is odd and $b$ is even
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How to solve? ________________ Number of non-negative integer solutions such that x+y+z=17 where x>1,y>2,z>3 is --------
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how to solve such questions?
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Consider a system of equations (λ – a)x + 2y +3z = 0, x +2(λ – b) y + 3z = 0, x + 2y + 3(λ – c) z = 0, which has a non-trivial solution. Product of all values of λ for above system is (1) abc + a + b + c + 2 (2) abc + a + b + c – 2 (3) abc – a – b – c – 2 (4) abc – a – b – c + 2 Ans given is Option C. Can anyone explain the complete solution?
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Consider the following system system of equations x1-2x3=0 x1-x2=0 2x1-2x2=0 No solution Infinite number of solutions Three solution unique solution
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Let $c_{1}.....c_{n}$ be scalars, not all zero, such that $\sum_{i=1}^{n}c_{i}a_{i}$ = 0 where $a_{i}$ are column vectors in $R^{n}$. Consider the set of linear equations $Ax = b$ where $A=\left [ a_{1}.....a_{n} \right ]$ ... set of equations has a unique solution at $x=J_{n}$ where $J_{n}$ denotes a $n$-dimensional vector of all 1. no solution infinitely many solutions finitely many solutions
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The number of solutions for the following system of inequalities is $X_1≥ 0$ $X_2 ≥ 0$ $X_1+ X_2 ≤ 10$ $2X_1+ 2X_2 ≥ 22$ $0$ infinite $1$ $2$
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Consider the systems, each consisting of $m$ linear equations in $n$ variables. If $m < n$, then all such systems have a solution. If $m > n$, then none of these systems has a solution. If $m = n$, then there exists a system which has a solution. Which one of the following is ... $\text{III}$ are true. Only $\text{II}$ and $\text{III}$ are true. Only $\text{III}$ is true. None of them is true.