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Topic: matrix analysis: can I say matrix X=Y if I have AXA=AYA?
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Alexander Malkis

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Re: matrix analysis: can I say matrix X=Y if I have AXA=AYA?
Posted: Mar 12, 2004 9:37 AM
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Arturo Magidin wrote:
> In article <c2nuc6$18r7$1@hades.rz.uni-saarland.de>,
> Alexander Malkis <alexloeschediesmalk@line.cs.uni-sb.de> wrote:
>

>>1. the dimensions of A,X,Y should be compatible, in this case I think
>>they should be all square matrices.

>
>
> Not at all.


Right you are!

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