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Homework Help: Linear algebra

Posted by ZUkii on Monday, November 21, 2011 at 4:23am.

find the inverse of the following matrices if they exist.

[1 -2 3]
[3 1 0]
[-2 1 1]
the following represent a 3 x 3 matrices

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