**Week #1 Project #3 Gauss-Jordan Elimination Software**

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The goal of this project is simple: write software which will interactively allow a user to input a system of linear equations and receive back the solution.

**languages**: either C/C++ or Java. If C/C++, it must be capable
of running on Unix or Windows/Intel platforms, so ANSI standards should
be followed.

**requirements**:

** input**:
prompt the user for # of variables, # of equations. Then have the coefficients
enetered one by one, one equation at
a time.

** output**:
must clearly let the user know which of the three basic types of solutions
he/she has. Must effectively deal with arbitrary
variables

** code**:
must be neatly organized and well documented. Documentation should include
members of team, and also indicate
who wrote what portions.

to turn this in, either email me the source code on Unix **or** bring
a 3.5" diskette with **source code and executable **on it.

**grading**: the grade will increase according to the number of affirmative
answers to the following considerations:

- does it compile?
- does it run?
- is it reasonably user friendly?
- does it give correct results for each of the three situations?
- is it organized and documented?