# Let A be an n × n zero–one matrix. Let I be the n × n ## Problem 34E Chapter 2.6

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Problem 34E

Let A be an n × n zero–one matrix. Let I be the n × n identity matrix. Show that A ? I = I ? A = A.

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SOLUTIONStep 1Given A be a zero one matrix and I be the identity matrix.We have to show that

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