By Kardi Teknomo, PhD .

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Singular Matrix

A square matrix is singular if the matrix has no inverse . To determine whether a matrix is singular or not, we simply compute the determinant of the matrix. If the determinant is zero, then the matrix is singular .

The interactive program below answers the question whether the given input square matrix is a singular matrix or not. If the matrix is singular, it will show back the original input matrix. If the matrix is not singular, the program will show you the inverse matrix. Try also the Random Example button to get more examples. You can also type your own input matrix. Your input matrix must be a square matrix.

See also: matrix inverse , matrix inverse through Gauss Jordan , singular value decomposition , determinant , matrix rank .

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