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LAI
10/27/08 5:18pm

Hi,

I want to inverse an matrix 3x3:

{{0.60822783/t7, -(0.59419511/(t5 + t7)), -(0.127272/(t10 + t7))},

{-(0.59419511/(t5 + t7)), 1.1269954/t5, 1.4378703/(
t10 + t5)},

{-(0.127272/(t10 + t7)), 1.4378703/(t10 + t5),
0.98853178/t10}}

But dont know why mathematica gives :

Inverse::sing: "Matrix {{<<1>>},<<1>>,{<<1>>}} is singular."

Though, it is not at all singular

could someone give an idea???

Thanks.

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