Definition:Non-Invertible Matrix/Definition 2

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Let $\struct {R, +, \circ}$ be a ring with unity.

Let $n \in \Z_{>0}$ be a (strictly) positive integer.

Let $\mathbf A$ be an element of the ring of square matrices $\struct {\map {\MM_R} n, +, \times}$.

Let the determinant of $\mathbf A$ be equal to $0$.

Then $\mathbf A$ is referred to as non-invertible.

Also known as

Some authors refer to a non-invertible matrix as a singular matrix.

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