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    How to find rank of a matrix: definitions and an example (4*4 matrix) with detailed explanations.
    Find the rank of
    A= [1 0 2 0]
    [4 0 3 0]
    [5 0 -1 0]
    [2 -3 1 1].
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    Rank of a matrix is equal to the number of linearly independent rows in the matrix
    Notice, (1) the number of linearly independent rows is always equal to the number of linearly independent rows;
    (2) columns (rows) ...

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