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1. Find Inverse of matrix A using
1.1 Simple Inverse method
1.2 Gauss Elimination method
Matrix A :
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Find 
  1. `[[2,3,1],[0,5,6],[1,1,2]]`
  2. `[[2,1,-1],[1,0,-1],[1,1,2]]`
  3. `[[3,1,1],[-1,2,1],[1,1,1]]`
  4. `[[2,3],[4,10]]`
  5. `[[5,1],[4,2]]`
  6. `[[6,3],[4,5]]`

2. Solve Simultaneous Equations using Gauss Elimination (Back Substitution) method
2.1 Inverse Matrix method
2.2 Cramer's Rule method
2.3 Gauss Elimination (Jordan) method
2.4 Gauss Elimination (Back Substitution) method
2.5 Gauss Seidel method
2.6 Gauss Jacobi method
 
Enter Equations line by line OR ',' seperated
Find 
  1. `2x+y+z=5,3x+5y+2z=15,2x+y+4z=8`
  2. `2x+5y=16,3x+y=11`
  3. `2x+5y=21,x+2y=8`
  4. `2x+y=8,x+2y=1`
  5. `2x+3y-z=5,3x+2y+z=10,x-5y+3z=0`
  6. `x+y+z=3,2x-y-z=3,x-y+z=9`
  7. `x+y+z=7,x+2y+2z=13,x+3y+z=13`
  8. `2x-y+3z=1,-3x+4y-5z=0,x+3y-6z=0`
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