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I have a question concerning solving a system of linear equations. I know that the pseudoinverse matrix by using SVD is useful for this, but haven't gotten the pieces together yet.

Let's assume I have this system of linear equations with each equation having one 3-component vector (V1) needed to be transformed by a matrix (M) to match a different 3-component vector (V2):

V1 x M = V2

V3 x M = V4

V5 x M = V6

where each V has three components x,y,z. How do I solve for M?

I know that SVDs come handy here, but I have not used them before, so I'd be curious for any help.

Thanks,

Nhat

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# Linear Systems with pseudoinverse matrix using SVD

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