The Solution of a System of Equations: the General Case
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In the case of the special systems of equations treated in ch. II, namely the regular systems, we saw that there was always just one solution, irrespective of the value of the right-hand side. In the general case this is not necessarily so: whether there is a solution at all, depends generally on the value of the right-hand side, and when there is a solution it need not be the only one.
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