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Suppose I have a completely known linear system: A*x=b. I know the matrix A, and an x and the associated RHS vector b (and it is non-trivial). Is there some tricky way to directly determine the inverse of A without performing an inversion by typical means (Gauss elimination, LU, etc) ?

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# Finding Inverse from Known Linear System

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