21. Solve the following matrix equation for X.
Basically, the question gives us 3 matrices.
[A] [X] = [C]
matrix A and C are given, but I'm supposed to find matrix X somehow.
I'm a little lost, I think I can find C by finding the inverse of A while applying the operations to matrix C. This new matrix C should then be X but I'm not sure I'm going about this right.
In the example given I'm getting massive ratios and it's not like the book to throw such a tedious problem at the students which leads me to self-doubt.