Since, I can't divide vectors to deduce an inverse matrix I have dismissed that approach. I did find that if I multiply all of the matrix row operators It will yield the inverse. Since I did the logic work to put my original matrix into RRef. I can use this approach. Problem is, I don't understand how to place the multipliers in the identity matrix to reflect the logic of the RRef process. Can any one help me , or post a link?
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