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Tool to calculate matrix algebra divisions. The matrix division consists of the multiplication by an inverted matrix.

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How to divide 2 matrices?

Consider \( M_1 \) a matrix of \( m \) lines and \( n \) columns and \( M_2 \) a square matrix of \( n \) lines and \( n \) columns. The matrix division \( M_1/M_2 = M_1 \times M_2^{-1} \) consists in the multiplication of the matrix M1 by the inverse matrix of M2.

The division of the matrix \( M=[a_{ij}] \) by a scalar \( \lambda \) is a matrix of the same size than the initial matrix M, with each items of the matrix divided by \( \lambda \). $$ \frac{M}{\lambda} = [ a_{ij} / \lambda ] $$

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