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See also: Inversion of a Matrix  
Transposed Matrix
More simply expressed, we just write the rows as columns, and vice versa. This results in a mirroring along the 45° line (which is equivalent to a mirroring of the columns and a consecutive counterclockwise rotation). Here is an example: It is evident that M^{TT} equals M, where
M^{TT} is the
transpose of the transpose of M.


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