GaussEXSolve systems of linear equations using Gaussian Elimination.
You will be taken step by step from the original matrix to the matrix in reduced row echelon form with every row operation in the sequence explained.
An unmatched interface, a seamless user experience and a specially crafted keyboard will help you input linear equations systems in a matter of seconds.
It is also useful to find the rank of a matrix, calculate the determinant of a matrix, and the inverse of a square matrix.
Gaussian Elimination was defined by Carl Friedrich Gauss a.k.a. the Prince of Mathematicians circa 1810.
It is one of the most popular algorithms in linear algebra.