Second page is excellent.

Third page also fine as far as I can tell. I never used that method before. Actually I have never computed an adjoint or cofactor of a matrix.

Thanks for providing the pages.

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]]>On the first one, Inverse of a matrix.

It is all correct, appealing to the eye and well thought out. Why did you choose the form of row vectors rather than the more common form of column vectors?

]]>Inverse of a Matrix using Elementary Row Operations Gauss-Jordan

Inverse of a Matrix using Minors Cofactors and Adjugate

Enjoy! (And find any faults, too, please)

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