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# Finding Inverse of a Matrix Using Elementary Transformation

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Linear Algebra
Matrices
Inverse of a matrix and Elementary Transformation of a matrix

Find the reciprocal (inverse) of the following matrix by using the Elementary Transformation of a matrix:

A = [0, 2 , 1; 1 , 3 , 2; 4 , 1 , -3]

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An inverse of a matrix is found using the elementary transformation of a matrix. It mainly explains for finding the reciprocal (inverse) of the matrix
A = [0, 2 , 1; 1 , 3 , 2; 4 , 1 , -3] by using the Elementary Transformation of a matrix .
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A = [0, 2 , 1; ...

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