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2012-04-06 16:27:04 +0100 | commented answer | How to show the steps of Gauss' method That *is* a nice interact. BTW, in case you can use it and need an explicit statement, license is pd. |

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2012-04-05 18:52:08 +0100 | answered a question | How to show the steps of Gauss' method In case it saves anyone some time, I am using the following routine. Since this is for pedagogical purposes only, I restricted the matrices to rational entries. Bug reports welcome. |

2012-04-01 13:10:49 +0100 | commented question | How to show the steps of Gauss' method Thanks for the reply. It is for pedagogical purposes. I'll think about implementing it. |

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2012-03-31 14:09:50 +0100 | asked a question | How to show the steps of Gauss' method I am new to Sage, so I apologize if this is dopey. I can get a matrix in Sage and I can get its reduced echelon form. I can get Sage to show the result of a single Gauss' method row operation. But is there a way to get Sage do Gauss' method out to reduced echelon form, while showing the steps? It would be especially sweet if it showed the intermediate matrices. |

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