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Let AX = B 1 and AX = B2 be two systems ofn linear equations in n variables, having the

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Problem 27

Let AX = B 1 and AX = B2 be two systems ofn linear equations in n variables, having the same matrix of coefficients A. Prove that AX = B2 has a unique solution if and only if AX = B 1 has a unique solution.

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