Thanks a lot!!!
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Originally Posted by seekor Thanks a lot!!! Where is the question? seekor, please don't delete posts once you have the answer. Someone else might be able to benefit from them as well. -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark The other thread has been locked. The question is: If then Thus the matrix A + B is singular because it has a zero determinant. -Dan In general, Example: For square matrices,
Originally Posted by JakeD In general, Example: For square matrices, (sigh) I thought there was something fishy going on there. I guess I was tired last night! Thanks for the spot. -Dan
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