Science talk:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH152/April 2016/Question A 23
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Perhaps an easier way for students to compute the inverse of a matrix is to introduce the row reduction approach to them (the one involving the augmented matrix with the identity on one side the the matrix whose inverse is to be computed on the other). This is because the approach you use will be prohibitive when the matrices are, say, 6 by 6.