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What are the Determinant and Inverse of a Matrix
Once you have studied all the previous maths activities I have created for you about matrices, it is time to learn what is meant with the determinant and inverse of a matrix. Although this is not necessarily a difficult topic and I am sure you will do well, it is still important to have a solid understanding of matrices and how to work with them before starting with this topic. Remember that you can always send me a message when you still don't understand this IGCSE GCSE maths topic and I will help you with your maths revision by making some more example questions for you.
How to calculate the Determinant of a Matrix
