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I don't really know how to post a matrix here so I will try and make it as clear as possible.

Matrix A: 4 -1

2 3

Matrix B: 6 4

-5 -3

Matrix C: 1 2

3 4

We are given that APB = C and we are asked for P

What I did was I multiplied both sides by the inverse of (A*B), hence:

P = (A*B)^{-1}* C

I got a different answer than the book however, could anyone check?

My answer:

1.85 1.95

2.85 2.95

Book:

1.6 1.8

2.9 3.2

Thanks,

Peter G.

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# Homework Help: Inverse Matrices Problem

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