Hello all, I'm really sorry that this may come across as a ridiculously simple question, but I'm taking a linear algebra class online with a teacher who is no help at all. I was hoping somebody could guide me through the process to solve this problem. Please be as thorough as possible for me. Thank you in Advance.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let A = matrix whose columns are u; v:

2 -4

A = 3 2

4 1

Solve the equation Ax = b:

(and I think it's giving me the answer here, but I'm not sure cause I can't even begin to solve the problem)

[ -4

8 ]

Please help if you can. Thank you.

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