I am taking a linear algebra class, and it has a required lab associated with it. Here is the following problem that I must solve using Matlab 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Write a function using row reduction to find the inverse for any given 2x2 matrix. Name your function your initial + inv(M), the output will be the inverse matrix. Test your function with the matrices in problem 1 and check the results by multiplying the inverse to the matrix for the linear system: x1-2x2=3 2x1+4x2=-5 Solve it by using the inverse matrix you find and then use M/B. Compare the results. Note: You can't use rref or use inv(M) in your function, you can only use row reduction) 2. Relevant equations Here are the matrices from problem 1: M1: [2,3;4,5] M2: [1,-2,0;4,-7,1;0,3,5] 3. The attempt at a solution I'm new to Matlab and I don't know what the teacher is asking. If someone could clarify the instructions that would be very helpful. As a side note, I typed everything word for word from the handout. _________________________________________________________________________ EDIT: I figured it out. % Let A= Matrix, Let IM= Identity matrix x=A/IM Ugh.... so simple.... I wish that I didn't waste so much time on this problem. Thank you for looking.