generate equations from the coefficient Matrix
GenerateEquations(A, v, B)
list; specifies the n unknowns
(optional) m⁢x⁢1 Vector
The GenerateEquations(A, v) command, generates a list of linear equations from the coefficient Matrix A, using the variable names given in v.
If the optional m⁢x⁢1 right-hand side Vector B is included in the calling sequence, then the list of linear equations is equivalent to the Matrix equation A.x=B, where the xi are equal to the corresponding vi. In this case, v must specify exactly n unknowns.
If the optional right-hand side Vector B is omitted in the calling sequence, and v specifies exactly n unknowns, then the right-hand sides of the m linear equations are set to zero. The list of equations is then equivalent to A.x=ZeroVector⁡m.
If the optional right-hand side Vector B is omitted in the calling sequence, and v specifies exactly n−1 unknowns, then the right-hand sides of the m linear equations are taken from the last column of the Matrix A. That is, the Matrix A is treated as an augmented matrix. The list of equations is then equivalent to A1..−1,1..−2.x=A1..−1,−1.
V ≔ 1,2,3|4,5,6|7,8,0
V ≔ 147258360
W ≔ 1,2|3,4
W ≔ 1324
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