In my textbook I am asked to calculate the inverse matrix of by a system of equations.
This is no problem at all, I quickly found that a = 3/7, b = 1/7, c = -1/7, d = 2/7 is the fitting set of solutions. It is then quickly proven that this inverse matrix can be written as .
What I'm stuck with is proving that the inverse matrix for any matrix equals
If I create the system:
ap + br = 1
cp + dr = 0
aq + bs = 0
cq + ds = 1
I am stuck with the variables a, b, c and d. Has anyone got a clue how to do this proof?
Note: Please excuse me for the random <br/> in the matrices, I am not yet very good at LaTeX.