1.5.4: Multiplicative inverse of a matrix

Let A be a non-singular square matrix. if there exists another non-singular matrix B such that AB=BA=I is a identity matrix, then B is said to be the multiplicative inverse of A, we denote the inverse of A by A-1 . Hence B = A-1 .


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