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Matrix having Surds values.

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Can we compute inverse of a Matrix having Surds values?

Example : 2*2 matrix having values as 2√3, 3√2, 4√3, 5√2

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Prashant S Akerkar
 

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Yes, of course if the matrix is invertible, i.e. determinant <> 0

In your case (I suppose you mean a11=2√3, a12=3√2, a21=4√3, a22=5√2) determinant = -2√6 then the matrix is invertible obtaining:

(-1/2√6)*[ 5√2, -3√2; -4√3, 2√3]
 
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Thank you.

Is it possible to compute the inverse of a matrix 3*3, 4*4, 5*5,6*6,7*7,8*8.

Lets take a example of a Chess board which is 8*8 matrix.

Can we compute the inverse of a 8*8 matrix?

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Prashant S Akerkar
 

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