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This is not a homework or coursework question. Yet I have a curiosity.

If a matrix [tex]A[/tex] is an outer-product of a vector [tex]v[/tex] as : [tex]A = v v^{\top}[/tex]

Then can [tex]A^{-1}[/tex], inverse of [tex]A[/tex], be also expressed as an outer-product of some other vector?

Please point me how to approach the question, how to find the answer or how to say it is possible or not.

Thanks.

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# Homework Help: Inverse of outer-product

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