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Tool to calculate matrix powers in algebra. Matrix power consists in exponentiation of the matrix (multiplication by itself).

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How to calculate the matrix power n?

Consider \( M \) a square matrix of \( m \) lines and \( m \) columns. The calculation of the nth power of the matrix M is denoted by \( M^n \) and consists of multiplying the matrix n times by itself.

The size of the resulting matrix is identical to the original matrix M; i.e. \( m \) lines and \( m \) columns.

Calculating matrix power only works for square matrices.

How to compute a negative power of a matrix?

Calculating \( M^{-n} \) is equivalent to \( M^{-1 \times n} \). Thus, you can calculate the inverse of the matrix and then perform with it an exponentiation to the power n.

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