Hello everyone I'm stuck on this problem, how its wrong, i got parts a and c, but b i can't get. Hre is what it says: Consider the following general matrix equation: [a1 a2] = |m11 m12| * [x1 x2] |m21 m22| which can also be written as A = MX Determinant of M = m11m22 - m12m21 A. given any X there is one and only one A which will satisfy the equation. B. given any A there is one and only one X which will satisfy the equation. C. there is no value of Xwhich satisfies the equation when A =0 . D. some values of A will have no values of X which will satisfy the equation. E. some values of A (such as A=0) will allow more than one X to satisfy the equation. I said for sure A, and B are wrong because they are what happens if Det(M) is not equal to 0. so it has to be a combination of C,D, and E. I tried like all combinations of C,D,and E, and nothing works!