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For a given n×n matrix of numbers, A, if there is an n×n matrix B for which AB = BA = I where I denotes the identity matrix, then B is the inverse matrix of A and A is said to be invertible with B. If it exists, B is unique and is denoted by A−1.

AB = BA = I

Subjects: Mathematics.


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