# Invertible matrix

In linear algebra, there are certain matrices which have the property that when they are multiplied with another matrix, the result is the identity matrix ${\displaystyle I}$ (the matrix with ones on its main diagonal and 0 everywhere). If ${\displaystyle A}$ is such a matrix, then ${\displaystyle A}$ is called invertible and its inverse is called ${\displaystyle A^{-1}}$,[1] with:[2]
${\displaystyle A\cdot A^{-1}=A^{-1}\cdot A=I}$