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# 42.5: Matemáticas LaTeX

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Dado que este es un curso de “Álgebra Matrix”, necesitamos aprender a hacer 'matrices' en LaTeX. Haga doble clic en la siguiente celda para ver el código LaTeX para construir una matriz:

Notación básica de la matriz:

\ [\ begin {split}
\ left [
\ begin {matrix}
1 & 0 & 4\\
0 & 2 & -2\\
0 & 1 & 2
\ end {matrix}
\ right]
\ end {split}\ nonumber\]

\ [\ begin {split}
\ left [
\ begin {matrix}
1 & 0 & 4\\
0 & 2 & -2\\
0 & 1 & 2
\ end {matrix}
\,\ middle\ vert\,
\ begin {matrix}
-10\\ 3\ \ 1
\ end {matriz}
\ derecha]
\ end {split}\ nonumber\]

##### Hacer esto

Usando LaTeX, cree una matriz aumentada para el siguiente sistema de ecuaciones:

$4x + 2y -7z = 3 \nonumber$

$12x + z = 10 \nonumber$

$-3x -y + 2z = 30 \nonumber$

##### Pregunta

En LaTeX, ¿qué caracteres especiales se utilizan para separar elementos dentro de una fila?

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