What is wrong with the proof that projection matrices have det (P) = 1?
P = A(AtA)^-1At
|P| = |A| (1/ (|At| |A|)) |At| = 1
I understand that that det (AB) = |A| |B|, so what's wrong with this proof?
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If you are given that , since A is not necessarily square so that det(A) is not necessarily defined, a safe tact is to show that .
Originally Posted by Unco a safe tact is to show that . What is the only number that fits the equation?
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