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[A] = [x] [B] [x] [x] = ??? [A], [B], and [x] are 2x2 matrices, and...

[A] = [x] [B] [x]

[x] = ???

[A], [B], and [x] are 2x2 matrices, and [A] and [B] are known. find [x] in terms of [A] and [B]


they are invertible. state any other assumltions

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