 # Linear Algebra MATLAB Problem

Subject Mathematics Linear Algebra

## Question

a) Apply the Cramer’s rule to solve the following system of linear equations:

2x+3y=7
x+2y=3

b) Solve the above system using the inverse of the matrix of this system.

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function x = cramer(A,b)
%CRAMER Solve linear system by Cramer's Rule.
% x = CRAMER(A,b) solves the square system A*x = b.

if det(A) == 0
error('Matrix is singular')
end...

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