(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If A,B and C are nxn matrice, with B and C nonsingular, and b is an n-vector, how would you implement the formula

x = B^{-1}(2A+I)(C^{-1}+A)b, without computing any matrix inverse?

I made it Bx=(2A+1)C^{-1}(I+CA)b, but don't know how to pull out the C^{-1}from the middle in order to take the equation without matrices inverse,sigh.. but I don't know if I approached it right because I don't even get the question.

Please help me!!!!

Thank you very much

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# Homework Help: Matrix inverse?

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