The handwritten parts were to illustrate how the user could do it.

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It turned out really long, but that seems inevitable. Waddya think?

I think it is very good. Thorough and explained in an easy-to-understand manner.

Although I did wonder why most of the page was typed and *some* was handwritten. To be consistent, I think it should have been all typed.

Other than that, I think it is a job well-done.

]]>I just noticed a few things:

Small typo for "iseems":

In this case it **iseems** easiest to set them equal to each other:

And the solve by substitution method for 3x3 under the section **"Now replace "z" with "3 - y" in the other equation:"** the 3-y is not aligned correctly. 3-y is not on one line but the y goes underneath.

The three diagrams "Inconsistent", "Independent", "Dependent" are the fundamental geometric interpretation by which half of Numerical Analysis can be understood. Because these concepts are usually introduced through determinants the concept of ill conditioned cannot be understood correctly.

Didn't even bother to look for errors. Loved the page.

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