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2017-04-12 04:01:54 +0200 | asked a question | symbolically solve for unknown matrix How do you solve a matrix equation for an unknown symbolic matrix? I have read the documentation on symbolic matrix calcs, and the documentation of linear algebra / systems of linear equations, but can't work out how to do what I want. For example given the matrix equation Which will give me an expression for each of the elements of Question: how to I get an expression for the elements of I think I could probably do it by looping through each row (equation) in the system of equations, and generating a list of equations and then solving those for the unknowns, but was wondering if there's a better way? |

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