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# Applied Linear Algebra MATH 2210

Mary Veum
UCONN
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22 The Inverse of a Matrix The inverse ofa real number a is denoted by a l For example 7 1 17 and 77 17171 An n x n matrixA is said to be invertible if there is an n x n matrix C satisfying CA AC In where In is the n x n identity matrix We call C the inverse ofA FACT lfA is invertible then the inverse is unique Proof Assume B and C are both inverses ofA Then BBB 1 C So the inverse is unique since any two inverses coincide The inverse ofA is usually denoted by A l We have 71147114 1quot Not all n x n matrices are invertible A matrix which is not invertible is sometimes called a singular matrix An invertible matrix is called nonsingular matrix Theorem 4 LetA a Z If adi bc 0 thenA is invertible and C d 7b A71 adibc C a If adi bc 0 thenA is not invertible Assume A is any invertible matrix and we wish to solve Ax b Then Ax b and so x orx Suppose w is also a solution to Ax b Then Aw b and Aw 7b which means w A 1 b 80 w A lb which is in fact the same solution We have proved the following result Theorem 5 lfA is an invertible n x n matrix then for each b in Rquot the equation Ax b has the unique solution X A lb 3xz2 72x2139 Solution Matrix form ofthe linear system 7 Z x1 I x2 EXAMPLE Use the inverse ofA 77 3 to solve 77x1 5 72 5x1 Theorem 6 Suppose A and B are invertible Then the following results hold a A 1 is invertible and A 1 1 A Le A is the inverse ofA l b AB is invertible and AB 1 B IA 1 c AT is invertible and Alf1 A 1T Partial proof of pan b ABXB IA I A A 1 A A71 Similarly one can show that B lA IXAB 1 Theorem 6 part b can be generalized to three or more invertible matrices ABCYI Earlier we saw a formula for nding the inverse of a 2 x 2 invertible matrix How do we find the inverse of an invertible n x n matrix To answer this question we first look at elementary matrices Elementary Matrices Definition An elementary matrix is one that is obtained by performing a single elementary row operation on an identity matrix 100 100 100 EXAMPLE LetEl 020 E2 001 E3 010 and 001 010 301 abc A def ghz39 E1 E2 and E3 are elementary matrices Why Observe the following products and describe how these products can be obtained by elementary row operations on A E114 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 Q d g Q 139 abc 2d222f ghz39 abc ghz39 def a b c d e f 3ag 3bh 3ci If an elementary row operation is performed on an m x n matrix A the resulting matrix can be written as EA Where the m x m matrix E is created by performing the same row operations on 1quot Elementary matrices are invertible because row operations are reversible To determine the inverse of an elementary matrix E determine the elementary row operation needed to transform E back into 1 and apply this operation to 1 to nd the inverse For example WOl I Ol O l OO Eg1 1 X m 3 395 539 39 SP I ll l l 39 l o le l I O O O NIH O H l 3 D 3 100 100 100 EA 020 70 7301 001 010 010 100 100 0 E2E1A 001 7301 010 010 010 7301 100 00 100 E3E2E1A 010 10 010 301 7301 001 E3E2E1A 3 Then multiplying on the right by A l we get E3E2E1A 3 So 3E2E113 A71 The elementary row operations that row reduce A to In are the same elementary row operations that transform n into A l Theorem 7 An n x n matrixA is invertible if and only ifA is row equivalent to In and in this case any sequence of elementary row operations that reducesA to n will also transform n to A l Algorithm for finding A 1 Place A and 1 sidebyside to form an augmented matrix A I Then perform row operations on this matrix which will produce identical operations onA and 1 So by Theorem 7 A I will row reduce to I A l orA is not invertible 2 0 0 EXAMPLE FindtheinverseofA 73 01 ifitexists 0 10 Solution 2 0 010 o 10 0 o 0 A1 730 o10010001 0 10 0 01 0 01 0 8014 Ixle O NIH l i Order of multiplication is important EXAMPLE Suppose ABC and D are invertible n x n matrices and A BD 7quotC Solve forD in terms ofABC and D Solution 7A7 731 JACi D 7quot B IAC 1 D 7quot B lAC 1 D

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