# Chapter 05 Distinguishing Between Consistent and Inconsistent System of Equations Based on Rank of Matrices Example 2

##### System of Equations (CHAPTER 5)
###### Topic

Distinguishing between consistent and inconsistent system of equations based on rank of matrices: Example 2

###### Description

Learn how to distinguish between consistent and inconsistent systems of equations based on the rank of the matrices through another example.

This video teaches you how to distinguish between consistent and inconsistent systems of equations based on the rank of the matrices through another example.

###### All Videos for this Topic
• A real life problem of setting up simultaneous linear equations [YOUTUBE 5:23] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Writing simultaneous linear equations in matrix form [YOUTUBE 5:25] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Distinguishing between consistent and inconsistent system of equations based on rank of matrices [YOUTUBE 3:06] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Distinguishing between consistent and inconsistent system of equations based on rank of matrices Example 1 [YOUTUBE 4:15] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Distinguishing between consistent and inconsistent system of equations based on rank of matrices Example 2 [YOUTUBE 8:42] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Distinguishing between consistent and inconsistent system of equations based on rank of matrices Example 3 [YOUTUBE 6:07] [TRANSCRIPT]
• If a solution exists, how do we know if it is unique? [YOUTUBE 3:25] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Does a set of equations have a unique solution? Example 1 [YOUTUBE 2:18] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Does a set of equations have a unique solution? Example 2 [YOUTUBE 2:23] [TRANSCRIPT]
• If we have more equations than unknowns, does it mean we have inconsistent system of equations? [YOUTUBE 8:11] [TRANSCRIPT]
• Can a system of equations have more then one but not infinite number of solutions? [YOUTUBE 4:57] [TRANSCRIPT]
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