John Travis
Mississippi College
Creating a function RREF that converts a matrix to echelon form one step at a time.

Using the matrix
After 1 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 2 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 3 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to:
Using the matrix
After 1 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 2 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 3 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: 
Using the matrix
After 1 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 2 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 3 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 4 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to:
Using the matrix
After 1 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 2 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 3 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 4 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: 
Using the matrix
After 1 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 2 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: All of the remaining rows are zero. Move to next columns or finish. After 3 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to:
Using the matrix
After 1 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: After 2 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: All of the remaining rows are zero. Move to next columns or finish. After 3 step(s) the matrix is equivalent to: 
