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I am trying to use MATLAB to do LU factorization. I originally tried to use the MATLAB function to do the factorization, but the answers that MATLAB gave me utilizing the [L,U] = lu(A) command, but MATLAB does not give me the correct answer. I am not sure why. 
"Ender " 
"Ender " <jr147@msstate.edu> wrote in message <hiqlta$25v$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
Can you send the matrix here? Not sure what you mean by "MATLAB does not 
MATLAB does not give me the same answer that is in the back of the Numerical Analysis book that I am using. The Matrix A is: 
lu factorizations aren't unique so getting a different result doesn't necessarily mean that either implementation is wrong. 

It is entirely possible that I mixed up the problems. I will check again than get back to you. 
I did make a mistake. I put the wrong value of A 
Subject: What does this syntax mean From: Phil Goddard Date: 21 Jan, 2010 03:41:08 Message: 10 of 10 

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