I know that matrix and its inverse are commutative i.e. E*E^(-1) = E^(-1)*E(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

but is a matrix and its inverse at either side of another matrix commutative?

E*A*E^(-1) = E^(-1)*A*E

Any help would be appreciated.

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# Is E*A*E^(-1) = E^(-1)*A*E

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