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Row Operations and Augmented Matrices. 4-6. Warm Up. Lesson Presentation. Lesson Quiz. Holt Algebra 2. Warm Up Solve. 1. 2. 3. What are the three types of linear systems?. (4, 3). (8, 5). consistent independent, consistent dependent, inconsistent. Objective.

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**Row Operations and**Augmented Matrices 4-6 Warm Up Lesson Presentation Lesson Quiz Holt Algebra 2**Warm Up**Solve. 1. 2. 3. What are the three types of linear systems? (4, 3) (8, 5) consistent independent, consistent dependent, inconsistent**Objective**Use elementary row operations to solve systems of equations.**Vocabulary**augmented matrix row operation row reduction reduced row-echelon form**In previous lessons, you saw how Cramer’s rule and**inverses can be used to solve systems of equations. Solving large systems requires a different method using an augmented matrix. An augmented matrix consists of the coefficients and constant terms of a system of linear equations. A vertical line separates the coefficients from the constants.**Example 1A: Representing Systems as Matrices**Write the augmented matrix for the system of equations. Step 2 Write the augmented matrix, with coefficients and constants. Step 1 Write each equation in the ax + by = c form. 6x – 5y = 14 2x + 11y = 57**x + 2y + 0z = 12**2x + y + z = 14 0x + y + 3z = 16 Example 1B: Representing Systems as Matrices Write the augmented matrix for the system of equations. Step 2 Write the augmented matrix, with coefficients and constants. Step 1 Write each equation in the Ax + By + Cz =D**Check It Out! Example 1a**Write the augmented matrix. Step 2 Write the augmented matrix, with coefficients and constants. Step 1 Write each equation in the ax + by = c form. –x – y = 0 –x – y = –2**–5x – 4y + 0z = 12**x + 0y + z = 3 0x + 4y + 3z = 10 Check It Out! Example 1b Write the augmented matrix. Step 2 Write the augmented matrix, with coefficients and constants. Step 1 Write each equation in the Ax + By + Cz =D**You can use the augmented matrix of a system to solve the**system. First you will do a row operation to change the form of the matrix. These row operations create a matrix equivalent to the original matrix. So the new matrix represents a system equivalent to the original system. For each matrix, the following row operations produce a matrix of an equivalent system.**Row reduction is the process of performing elementary row**operations on an augmented matrix to solve a system. The goal is to get the coefficients to reduce to the identity matrix on the left side. This is called reduced row-echelon form. 1x = 5 1y = 2**3**1 2 2 Example 2A: Solving Systems with an Augmented Matrix Write the augmented matrix and solve. Step 1 Write the augmented matrix. Step 2 Multiply row 1 by 3 and row 2 by 2.**–**1 2 Example 2A Continued Step 3 Subtract row 1 from row 2. Write the result in row 2. Although row 2 is now –7y = –21, an equation easily solved for y, row operations can be used to solve for both variables**7**–3 – 1 2 1 2 Example 2A Continued Step 4 Multiply row 1 by 7 and row 2 by –3. Step 5 Subtract row 2 from row 1. Write the result in row 1.**1x = 4** 42 21 1y = 3 1 2 Example 2A Continued Step 6 Divide row 1 by 42 and row 2 by 21. The solution is x = 4, y = 3. Check the result in the original equations.**5**1 2 8 Example 2B: Solving Systems with an Augmented Matrix Write the augmented matrix and solve. Step 1 Write the augmented matrix. Step 2 Multiply row 1 by 5 and row 2 by 8.**–**89 25 + 2 1 1 2 1 2 Example 2B Continued Step 3 Subtract row 1 from row 2. Step 4 Multiply row 1 by 89 and row 2 by 25. Step 5 Add row 2 to row 1.**1x = 1** 3560 1y = –2 2225 1 2 Example 2B Continued Step 6 Divide row 1 by 3560 and row 2 by 2225. The solution is x = 1, y = –2.**2**4 Check It Out! Example 2a Write the augmented matrix and solve. Step 1 Write the augmented matrix. Step 2 Multiply row 2 by 4.**–**2 2 1 1 Check It Out! Example 2a Continued Step 3 Subtract row 1 from row 2. Write the result in row 2. Step 4 Multiply row 1 by 2.**–**1x = 4 8 1y = 4 8 1 2 1 2 Check It Out! Example 2a Continued Step 5 Subtract row 2 from row 1. Write the result in row 1. Step 6 Divide row 1 and row 2 by 8. The solution is x = 4 and y = 4.**2**1 2 3 Check It Out! Example 2b Write the augmented matrix and solve. Step 1 Write the augmented matrix. Step 2 Multiply row 1 by 2 and row 2 by 3.**+**2 1 Check It Out! Example 2b Continued Step 3 Add row 1 to row 2. Write the result in row 2. The second row means 0 + 0 = 60, which is always false. The system is inconsistent.**On many calculators, you can add a column to a matrix to**create the augmented matrix and can use the row reduction feature. So, the matrices in the Check It Out problem are entered as 2 3 matrices.**Example 3: Charity Application**A shelter receives a shipment of items worth $1040. Bags of cat food are valued at $5 each, flea collars at $6 each, and catnip toys at $2 each. There are 4 times as many bags of food as collars. The number of collars and toys together equals 100. Write the augmented matrix and solve, using row reduction, on a calculator. How many of each item are in the shipment?**Example 3 Continued**Use the facts to write three equations. c = flea collars 5f + 6c + 2t = 1040 f – 4c = 0 f = bags of cat food c + t = 100 t = catnip toys Enter the 3 4 augmented matrix as A.**Press , select MATH, and move down the list to**B:rref( to find the reduced row-echelon form of the augmented matrix. Example 3 Continued There are 140 bags of cat food, 35 flea collars, and 65 catnip toys.**Check It Out! Example 3a**Solve by using row reduction on a calculator. The solution is (5, 6, –2).**Check It Out! Example 3b**A new freezer costs $500 plus $0.20 a day to operate. An old freezer costs $20 plus $0.50 a day to operate. After how many days is the cost of operating each freezer equal? Solve by using row reduction on a calculator. Let t represent the total cost of operating a freezer for d days. The solution is (820, 1600). The costs are equal after 1600 days.**Check It Out! Example 3b Continued**The solution is (820, 1600). The costs are equal after 1600 days.**Lesson Quiz: Part I**1. Write an augmented matrix for the system of equations. 2. Write an augmented matrix for the system of equations and solve using row operations. (5.5, 3)**Lesson Quiz: Part II**3. Solve the system using row reduction on a calculator. (5, 3, 1)

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