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Using elementary transformations, find the inverse of each of the matrices, if it exists.$$\left[\begin{array}{ll}3 & 1 \\5 & 2\end{array}\right]$$

Algebra

Chapter 3

Matrices

Section 4

Operations on Matrices

Introduction to Matrices

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In the question we have to use the elementary transformation for finding the universe. For the government metrics here. The government matrix is the matrix with the element to 51 three. Now moving towards the solution like these metrics being haunted by a. So it will be the metrics with the elements to 51 three. Now we know that the matrix can be represented as a close to the identity matrix into way. So you will be writing it as a matrix with element to 513 is close to the identity matrix 1001 in 28 Now moving further, this can be written as 1 3-5 Equals two. Into a a few interchange. Your are won by our two. Now It can be written as 130 -1 is a college 201 -21 into way. If you subtract he got twice so far. One from hard to twice. Environment from Are you now moving forward that This will be returned as one 00 -1 As equals to 3? -5? -2. Into way. If you add your price of R. Two and R one that is three times of our two and are one now moving further, It will be written as 1001 is equal to 3 -5 -1. 2 into way. If your are too Is multiplied by -1 of our two. So from here you're a inverse comes out to be The Metrics with the Element 3 -5 -1. 2. Thank you.

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