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## Problem 59 Chapter 6.5

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Solve each matrix equation or system of equations by using inverse matrices.

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NEWTON’S FIRST LAW ● the most profound change in understanding the universe up to his time ● developed in the 1660s when the plague was sweeping thru Europe - again ● not published for almost 20 years ● perhaps a true law of nature ● objects at rest stay at rest ● objects in motion stay in motion, unless acted on by an outside force ● the first was common...

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