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I'm taking a Calculus I class, so they won't be going into Matrices very much. That's more for Linear Algebra.

I'm going through an E&M book now (as a refresher from my Physics days of 7 years ago). This book assumes knowledge in getting the inverse of a matrix.

Using this site, I was able to find the inverse, by using row reduction. However, I was wondering if there is a quicker or easier way to find a matrix inverse.

http://people.hofstra.edu/Stefan_waner/RealWorld/tutorialsf1/frames3_3.html [Broken]

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# Inverse of a Matrix

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