Using the Numpy matrix.getI ()
method, we can get a multiplicative inverse of the same size as for this matrix.
Syntax:
matrix.getI()
Return: Return multiplicative inverse of a given matrix
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that we can get the multiplicative inverse using the matrix.getI ()
.

Output:
[[0.1875 0.0625] [0.125 0.375]]
Example # 2:

Exit:
[[4.50359963e + 15 9.00719925e + 15 4.50359963e + 15] [9.00719925e + 15 1.80143985e + 16 9.00719925e + 15] [ 4.50359963e + 15 9.00719925e + 15 4.50359963e + 15]]
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