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Identity and Inverse Matrices
The Identity Matrix The identity matrix [I] for multiplication is a square matrix with a 1 for every element of the principal diagonal (top left to bottom right) and a 0 in all other positions. Example: 3x3 Identity Matrix
Identity Matrix A I = A A =
Inverse Matrix The product of a matrix and its inverse is the identity matrix. A-1 is the notation to designate the inverse of a matrix. A A-1 = I
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