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I am doing a project on handling singular matrices in algorithms.

Basically what i have to do is to find out how to solve the system Ax=B when A is not square or det(A)=0. Because it does not have an inverse, I dont know what to do or how to approach this problem. Any help would be appreciated

P.S I tried the Guassian Elimination Method, but I have to find another way

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# Handling Singular matrices in Algorithms

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