Is it possible for a nonhomogeneous system of seven equations in six unknowns to have a unique solution for some right-hand side of constants? Is it possible for such a system to have a unique solution for every right-hand side? Explain.

Solution 24EStep 1 of 3Consider a non-homogeneous system of 7 equations in 6 unknowns.Objective is to identify whether the non-homogeneous system have a unique solution for some right-hand side of constants.Also identify that whether it is possible for such a system to have a unique solution for every right-hand side.Yes, it is possible for a non-homogeneous system to have a unique solution for some right-hand side of constants.And No, it is not possible for such a system to have a unique solution for every right-hand side.