Why do we use Gauss elimination method?

1. **Systematic Approach:** It provides a clear, systematic process for solving linear systems, making it easier to handle multiple equations.

2. **Matrix Representation:** It utilizes matrix operations, which can be efficient and are well-suited for implementation on computers.

3. **Scalability:** It can be extended to larger systems and adapted for various types of equations, including those with more variables than equations.

4. **Determinants and Inverses:** It also helps in finding the determinant of a matrix and, if needed, the inverse of a matrix.

5. **Direct Method:** As a direct method, it provides exact solutions (if the system is consistent) rather than approximate solutions, as seen in iterative methods.