How do you solve Ax=B given A=((2, 3)) and B=(4)?

Sep 29, 2016

See below.

Explanation:

Supposing that $x = \left(\begin{matrix}{x}_{1} \\ {x}_{2}\end{matrix}\right)$ such that

$A \cdot x = 4$ this will give us a line in ${\mathbb{R}}^{2}$ of possibilities, for all the values for ${x}_{1} , {x}_{2}$ such that

$2 {x}_{1} + 3 {x}_{2} = 4$

will be a solution.