Solving a matrix equation Solve the matrix equation by multiplying each side by the appropriate inverse matrix.
The solution of the matrix equation by multiplying the appropriate inverse matrix.
Two matrices and can be multiplied if they satisfy the condition that the number of columns in is the same as the number of rows in .
Two matrices and are said to be equal if the matrices have the same dimensions and each element of is equal to the corresponding element of .
If a matrix , then
If , then the inverse does not exist.
Let, , and .
The solution of can be given by
find as follows.
This implies, exists, and its values is calculated as follows.
Substitute for and for in equation to obtain the value of
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