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if det(A)=0 , then AB is singular
Prove the following:1- if det(A)=0 , then AB is singular . 2- if A and B are invertible then AB is invertible . with (AB)^-1 = B^-1 A^-1 3- if A is invertible and B , C are inverses of A , the B=C . …
Statistics / Matrix Theory 2016-01-31 1 Yes $18.00
find a basis for the row space of A
the reduced row-echelon form matrix A = [1 3 2 4] [1 3 0 0] [2 6 1 2] [0 0 1 2] [2 6 2 4] is [0 0 0 0] [2 6 3 6] [0 0 0 0] please show complete solution. a.) find a basis for the row space of A. b.) f …
Statistics / Matrix Theory 2016-02-06 1 Yes $15.00
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