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RD Sharma Class 12 Solutions Chapter 7 - Adjoint and Inverse of a Matrix (Ex 7.1) Exercise 7.1

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RD Sharma Class 12 Solutions Adjoint and Inverse of a Matrix (Ex 7.1) Exercise 7.1

Mathematics has developed as the result of the curious human intellect, much like most other subjective and objective sciences. As students, sometimes we might feel frustrated with the number of equations, formulae, and theorems we have to memorize and apply. However, we must realize that this entire knowledge was developed by geniuses who were students themselves, of the universe around us. 

Thus when you study a subject, any subject - approach it with a curious mind and not simply to score high. It will take a student a long way in all their pursuits. This is the Indic way of looking at knowledge and knowledge systems. It is then no wonder that we have been developing and applying concepts of Arithmetic and Trigonometry before the entire world even heard of them. To make such achievements is the highest goal of every Indian student! 

Matrices as we know are an ordered rectangular arrangement of a list of items, usually numbers or variables. The adjoint or adjugate of a matrix is the transpose of the cofactor matrix for that particular matrix. The inverse of a matrix is when, say a matrix B is multiplied by that matrix itself gives an identity matrix that can be codified as B raised to -1.

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Vedantu has various curated resources that have been benefiting thousands of students using this platform. We are acutely aware of the pressure that Class 12 students go through while preparing not just for their board exams but also prepping intensively for the forthcoming competitive examinations such as NEET/JEE. Our teachers who want nothing but the best for you have created a plethora of useful resources such as - NCERT Solutions, RD Sharma Solutions, CBSE Important Questions, and Revision Notes. Students can also avail the option of booking personalized home tuition sessions with our teachers!

2. What are the applications of Matrices?

Matrices can be applied to multiple real-life settings. For example, the Matrix Equations find expression in Natural Sciences and Engineering. They can be used in Electronic Spreadsheets, Cryptography, Budgeting, Data Analysis and so on. It is also used in 3D Mathematics to describe the coordinates between two physical planes. It can be used in Geo Mapping and layout Geometric Coordinates. Matrices can also be used to represent practical, real-life data such as population statistics, infant mortality rates, disease and recovery rates especially with respect to pandemics like Covid-19, etc. 

3. How can I best prepare for Adjoint and Inverse of a Matrix?

The first step is to have a clear conceptual understanding of what Matrices are. You can practice questions related to their definitions, addition, subtraction, and multiplication of Matrices before stepping into the adjoint and inverse of a Matrix. Once you enter this topic, again you should first clear your doubts with your teachers or the teachers present on Vedantu’s panel. Next, you can note down your strengths with respect to this topic. Then go on practicing with the help of our step-by-step, easy-to-understand solutions such as NCERT and RD Sharma Solutions. You are all set! 

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The RD Sharma Solutions are the answer to all your Mathematical troubles. We know how stressful it can get for you to prepare for multiple important examinations and have vast portions of various subjects to memorize. In that, Mathematics can truly prove to be a challenge. However, if you are open to learning and consistent practice, it can become the easiest subject for you! This is exactly what RD Sharma Solutions ensures for you. The solutions are presented in a step-by-step, student-friendly manner. They are answers to some of the toughest questions in the NCERT textbooks, prepared by our expert and passionate panel of teachers for the benefit of thousands of students across the nation. Undoubtedly, it is the most handy companion on your journey to achieve the highest in Mathematics!

5. What is the best way of approaching Maths as a subject?

The best way to approach any subject is with a mind that is open to the process of learning which entails making mistakes, solving doubts and transcending the challenges with consistent practice and making the subject your own through intuitive understanding. The same applies for Mathematics. Approach this subject with a mind that is open and balanced. Don’t get too attached and do not fear the subject. Just enjoy learning it, as these years will never come back. Strengthen your concepts and keep practising. Don’t worry too much about the results!