How would one determine the values of k such that the following matrix is the augmented matrix of a system with infinitely many solutions:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[ (k + 2) -2 1 | 2 ]

[ (k + 3) (k+ 3) 2 | 2 ]

[ (k + 2) -2 (k -1 ) | -3 ]

Also, how would I get all values of k such that the matrix for the same to be an augmented matrix of a system with no solutions?

It confuses me on how to find all possible values of k!

Thank you!

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# Linear algebra question about matrices

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