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Solution MISLE.C27 space in "at" (Jenna Fontaine)

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 Typo: Solution MM.C20, "-2" should be "-3" (Anna Dovzhik)
 Typo: Proof PEEF, second paragraph, insert "product" (Anna Dovzhik)
 Typo: Solution MO.T13 "1<=i<=n" to "1<=j<=n" (Anna Dovzhik)
+Typo: Solution MISLE.C27 space in "at" (Jenna Fontaine)
 
 
 

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 Compute the inverse of $E$, $\inverse{E}$, by forming the $5\times 10$ matrix $\augmented{E}{I_5}$ and row-reducing (<acroref type="theorem" acro="CINM" />).  Then use a calculator to compute $\inverse{E}$ directly.
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-<solution contributor="robertbeezer">The matrix $E$ has no inverse, though we do not yet have a theorem that allows us to reach this conclusion.  However, when row-reducing the matrix $\augmented{E}{I_5}$, the first 5 columns will not row-reduce to the $5\times 5$ identity matrix, so we are a t a loss on how we might compute the inverse.  When requesting that your calculator compute $\inverse{E}$, it should give some indication that $E$ does not have an inverse.
+<solution contributor="robertbeezer">The matrix $E$ has no inverse, though we do not yet have a theorem that allows us to reach this conclusion.  However, when row-reducing the matrix $\augmented{E}{I_5}$, the first 5 columns will not row-reduce to the $5\times 5$ identity matrix, so we are at a loss on how we might compute the inverse.  When requesting that your calculator compute $\inverse{E}$, it should give some indication that $E$ does not have an inverse.
 </solution>
 </exercise>