Let A=

[ 2 3 ]

[ 4 5 ],

B=

[ 5 5 ]

[-2 1 ],

C=

[ 0 -1]

[ 6 6 ]

Find X if: A−1BX= C

NOTE: A is one matrix , B is one and C is also one matrix. Sorry I don't know how to use latex. Any help will be appreciated. The 'A−1' in A−1BX= C is supposed to mean the multiplicative inverse of A.

The answer is:

1/15[-132 -144]

----[ 186 162 ]

Note that I have also put "----" at left of the matrix to make the bottom numbers align the top ones. They do not mean anything.

I want to see any working out. Thank you