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Solutions for Linear Algebra with Applications | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9781449679545 | Authors: Gareth Williams 9781449679545

Solution for problem 5 Chapter 2.4

Solved: Determine the inverse of each of the following 3 X 3 matrices, if it exists

Linear Algebra with Applications | 8th Edition


Problem 5

Determine the inverse of each of the following 3 X 3 matrices, if it exists, using the method of Gauss-Jordan elimination. (a) [ = : ] ( c ) [- - -:i

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L6 - 10  2  x − 1 Now consider g(x)= x − 1 x ▯=1  3 x =1 Sketch the graph of g(x). a) What is the domain of g b) lim g(x)= x→1 NOTE: lim f(x)=m l g(x)= x→1 x→1 but f(1) = and g(1) =

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