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Topic: Solving Matrix Equations
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Shaun Hurley

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Solving Matrix Equations
Posted: Feb 15, 2011 9:13 AM
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Hello All,
Is there a nice easy way to solve matrix equations? I have a problem that looks like:
K = [1,-1,0;-1,2,-1;0,-1,1]
d = [x;y;0]
F = [-16.98;-33.96;z-16.98]
F = K*d
There must be a built in solver. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!



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