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inversible

adjective; analogy
invertible, can find the inverse of The speaker seemed to be focusing on the desired noun form (inverse), adding only the suffix ‘-ible’ to make it into an adjective describing a matrix. Even though the existing word “invertible” would have been more-correct, the other people present, with our knowledge of the word “inverse,” clearly understood the speaker’s intent.
 
We can only use this method when the matrix is inversible.
Etymology : ‘inverse’ (the mathematical opposite) + ‘ible’ (adjective suffix)
Source : Electrical Engineering classmate
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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