I think the technique you want to use is called Gaussian Elimination. I must have written this code a half dozen times when I was back in university. I did versions with simple elimination, partial and full pivoting (actual and virtual). I hated it every time and I have long … Read More
Dear codeorder and Mitja Bonca, Thanks for your discussion about my problem. I solved the problem using C# library for .NET. [URL="http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/51470/Advanced-Matrix-Library-in-C-"]Here[/URL] you can find it, but its in another forum. I just used "solvelinear()" function. Its easy. I use two projects, one for C# and one for VB in … Read More
C, D, and E are unknowns. What is presented is what is known as "simultaneous equations" ([B]system of linear equations[/B]). Basically, you want to multiply, add, and subtract, etc, until the matrix on the left hand side ends up as the identity matrix: [1 0 0] [0 1 0] [0 … Read More