i want to know from where i can kearn gaussian elimination ?if u can provide some video that will be also good or any blog pls or if u can teach me here with good set of example !

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Auto comment: topic has been updated by sridhar15399 (previous revision, new revision, compare).LOL. Can you provide me with some good video of how to perform a Google search (with the query gaussian elimination)? If you can, I would gladly help you with your request.

wat u think i hvnt done that but i really didnt find any just one link on stackoverflow .but i wsnt able to understand that

LMAO. Google somehow seems to use different search algorithms for grays and greens as compared to the rest. I doubt you searched hard enough. Gaussian elimination is a well-known mathematical technique. You should be able to find tutorials on it all over the web. If you can't, go to the local library and borrow a book on introductory linear algebra. You will see Gaussian Elimination for sure.

u r rigjt but my problem is how to applly that on this problem?

https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/68953

https://cp-algorithms.com/linear_algebra/linear-system-gauss.html