# Find an invertable matrix P such that $P^{-1} $ is diagonal.

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Aman R

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Are you sure the question statement is correct ? Is it P inverse or D as per diagonalization

If the given matrix is A then you need to find A= PD(P^-1) where P is invertible and D is diagonal?

Sorry, missed it in the formula creator

Okay so basically we need to do a decomposition