I have two known square matrices A and B of different order. Is there any way of constructing a transformation - e.g. a transformation matrix C - that transforms A to B? And, in that case, how do I determine C? Would it be something like this?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]AC = B[/tex]

Or maybe more general, how to determine the function f that transforms A to B? Like in:

[tex]f(A_{2x2}) = B_{3x3}[/tex]

Would appreciate if someone could give me some guiding on this.

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# Transforming between square matrices of different order

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