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June 11th, 2013, 02:13 PM   #1
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Matrix Inversion Problem (symbolic inversion)

Say I have two matrices, Bm and Bum. Say B = [Bm, Bum] is a square matrix of size n by n.

Bm' * Bum = 0
rank(B) = n

Is there a way to write B^-1 in terms of the original Bm and Bum? This would really help me out if somebody could answer it!

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Re: Matrix Inversion Problem (symbolic inversion)

"Solution: Given two matrices, Bm and Bum. Say B = [Bm, Bum] is a square matrix of size n by n.

Bm' * Bum = 0
rank(B) = n
then B^-1=adj[Bm,Bum]/|Bm,Bum|
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