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.
Originally Posted by topsquark The other thread has been locked. The question is:
Thus the matrix A + B is singular because it has a zero determinant.
-Dan In general,
For square matrices,
Originally Posted by JakeD In general,
For square matrices, (sigh) I thought there was something fishy going on there. I guess I was tired last night! Thanks for the spot.
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