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" [‘ °’ W] ” C‘ ’3’ “T? OO\ 99 0 0 3 7. (10 points) Determine whether or not the following statements are true or false. Justify your
answer by giving a brief explanation or providing an example of Why the statement is false. (a) If A and B are any two square matrices of the same size then AB=BA. (b) If A and B are invertible matrices the so is A + B.
(c) If A and B are invertible matrices then so is AB.
((11) If A is non—singular then A is row—equivalent to the identity matrix In. (e) If A is a singular matrix and AB 2 AC for any two matrices B and C (of the appropriate
size) then B = C. A g B Ar7, _ 33 M3 1?
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