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I need to clarify something from basic tensor algebra.
Given arbitrary tensors A, B, C where
AB = C
B = (A^-1)C
B = CA^-1
What is the rule behind getting B?
Premultiply the equation AB=C by Inverse[A]. Your first answer is correct. This is the same from matrix algebra since the equipollency.
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