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11-30-2015
01:12 PM

11-30-2015
01:12 PM

Not able to do Guass elimination method in Mathcad

Hi..

I am trying to do guass elimination method in mathcad, but not able to do as it gives me below error.

please help.

I have attached mathcad file as attachement. mathcad file is created in Mathcad prime 2.0

Thanks,

Prashant Pandarkra

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11-30-2015
01:21 PM

11-30-2015
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Re: Not able to do Guass elimination method in Mathcad

First of all i am trying with given example

then actual we need to solve 25 X 25 matrix by gauss elimination method.

Thanks,

Prashant Pandarkar

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11-30-2015
02:24 PM

11-30-2015
02:24 PM

Re: Not able to do Guass elimination method in Mathcad

By default, arrays in Mathcad have origin 0, not 1. So the rows and columns go from 0 to n-1. Either that, or change the origin to 1 by typing ORIGIN:1 at the top of the worksheet, in which case the rows and columns will go from 1 to n.

When k is n-1, i=k+1 is n, which is outside the bounds of the array (unless you change the origin to 1).