1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In Matlab, Find the scalar (lamda) for which x+(lamda)v equals the solution obtained with the backslash operator \. Hence, x=B\b in matlab (This is another way of finding the inverse inv(B)... we could also use x=B\b) 2. Relevant equations We have Bx = b B = [-1 2 -3 0 4 1 3 -6 9] b = [-12 -1 36] Null space v=[-14 -1 4] x = [-12.0000, -0.2143, -0.1429] <--- from B\b in matlab 3. The attempt at a solution B*(x + (lamda)v) = b Bx + (lamda)Bv = b since v is the null space (lamda)Bv=0 therefore, (lamda) could be anything? Is that correct?