--- Introduction ---
is an exercise on the multiplication of matrices:
one knows that if C is a matrix of size and
of rank r, then there exist two matrices A and B, of sizes
and respectively, such that C = A B.
It's normal if you don't know a formula allowing you to ``compute''
A and B from C, as the solution
is not unique (in fact there are infinitely many solutions for each C).
What you need is a good dose of reflexion. Try first the case where
rank=1, which is rather easy.
For bigger ranks, computations of linear combinations of vectors will be
necessary in general.
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- Description: find two matrices whose product is a given matrix. Serveur Wims de l'ESPE-Nice-Toulon - Université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis
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