I was wondering if someone can help me with this.

http://img189.imageshack.us/i/50468910.png/

I'm looking for the matlab code for this one. Wikipedia has an example:

```
i := 1
j := 1
while (i ≤ m and j ≤ n) do
Find pivot in column j, starting in row i:
maxi := i
for k := i+1 to m do
if abs(A[k,j]) > abs(A[maxi,j]) then
maxi := k
end if
end for
if A[maxi,j] ≠ 0 then
swap rows i and maxi, but do not change the value of i
Now A[i,j] will contain the old value of A[maxi,j].
divide each entry in row i by A[i,j]
Now A[i,j] will have the value 1.
for u := i+1 to m do
subtract A[u,j] * row i from row u
Now A[u,j] will be 0, since A[u,j] - A[i,j] * A[u,j] = A[u,j] - 1 * A[u,j] = 0.
end for
i := i + 1
end if
j := j + 1
end while
```

I want to say this is sufficient for the example in the picture. Does anybody know for sure?

Is your assignment to write the solver or simply to solve that set of equations?

If it's the latter, just use http://www.mathworks.com/help/techdoc/ref/rref.html, it's essentially doing the same thing by a slightly different method.

Hi!

I think this would work:

```
clear all
close all
%A=[1,1,1;1,-2,2;1,2,-1]
%B=[0;4;2];
A=[2,1,-1,4,2,5;-3,-1,2,5,9,4;-2,1,2,6,6,3;1,2,3,5,4,6;8,9,4,4,1,3;2,3,5,1,9,7]
B=[8;-11;-3;5;7;8]
%A=[1,0,0;1,0,0;1,0,0]
%B=[1;1;1];
% SET UP COUNTERS
COUNTER_AMS=0
COUNTER_DIVISION=0
% GET SIZE OF MATRIX
N=size(A,1);
for k=1:N-1
i_test=k;
CONDITION=0;
SINGULAR_MATRIX=0;
while CONDITION==0
if (A(i_test,k)~=0)
CONDITION=1;
i=i_test;
else
i_test=i_test+1;
COUNTER_AMS=COUNTER_AMS+1;
end
if i_test>N
'ERROR MATRIX NON SINGULAR'
pause
%exit
end
end
% PERMUTE RAW IF i different then k
if i~=k
TEMP=A(i,:);
A(i,:)=A(k,:);
A(k,:)=TEMP;
TEMP=B(i);
B(i)=B(k);
B(k)=TEMP;
end
for j=k+1:N
p_jk=A(j,k)/A(k,k);
COUNTER_DIVISION=COUNTER_DIVISION+1;
A(j,:)=A(j,:)-p_jk*A(k,:);
B(j)=B(j)-p_jk*B(k);
COUNTER_AMS=COUNTER_AMS+4;
end
end
if A(N,N)==0
'MATRIX SINGULAR'
pause
%exit
end
% ALGORITHM OF BACKWARD SUBSTITUTION
X(N)=B(N)/A(N,N);
COUNTER_DIVISION=COUNTER_DIVISION+1;
for i=N-1:-1:1
SUM=0;
for j=i+1:N
SUM=SUM+A(i,j)*X(j);
COUNTER_AMS=COUNTER_AMS+2;
end
X(i)=(B(i)-SUM)/A(i,i);
COUNTER_AMS=COUNTER_AMS+1;
COUNTER_DIVISION=COUNTER_DIVISION+1;
end
X'
COUNTER_AMS
COUNTER_DIVISION
N*(N+1)/2
N^3+N^2-5*N/6
```

This would work for a matrix, but not for this matrix in the picture. Because equations aren't provided in the proper format. Line 4 has : F3-10=0. So the code would have to move the 10 so that it will be F3=10

Do you know how I could do this? There's another equation where it has to move the 10 to the right.