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Hi,

I was given a linear equation system of the form Ax=b where x=(x, y, z, w),

I reduced (A|b) to its canonical form which is this:

At first I thought that this means that there is an infinite number of solutions with one freedom degree.

But I cannot imagine in the world what the solution vector might look like.

I am sorry if this seems like a stupid question but can anyone plz explain this to me?

Thanks

## Homework Statement

I was given a linear equation system of the form Ax=b where x=(x, y, z, w),

I reduced (A|b) to its canonical form which is this:

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

At first I thought that this means that there is an infinite number of solutions with one freedom degree.

But I cannot imagine in the world what the solution vector might look like.

I am sorry if this seems like a stupid question but can anyone plz explain this to me?

Thanks