# Reduced row-echelon form

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The **reduced row-echelon form** of a matrix is one that has a leading 1 followed by zeros for each row (unless the row is all zeros), and sorted such that the leading 1's proceed from left-to-right by column as the rows descend.

"Reduced row canonical form" is the same as "reduced row-echelon form."