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In Exercises $19-22$ , determine the value(s) of $h$ such that the matrix is the augmented matrix of a consistent linear system.$$\left[\begin{array}{rrr}{2} & {-3} & {h} \\ {-6} & {9} & {5}\end{array}\right]$$

If $h=-\frac{5}{3}$ the matrix is constant.

Algebra

Chapter 1

Linear Equations in Linear Algebra

Section 1

Systems of Linear Equations

Introduction to Matrices

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so here were asked to find the value of eight. Shot. Makes this matrix of a consistently in your system. For now, let's pretend as if H is a number and attempt to solve the system. Let's look at X one and attempt to turn this negative six export into easier to do that. We can add three times for a one she wrote to, and that's going to give us a new row. Two off zero zero five plus three h So this new road to tells us that for the system to be consistent, zero must equal five plus three h so we can algebra ll it break We solve for H vice attracted five from both sides and then divided by three and back. Is this h People's negative five over three?

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