To calculate the non square matrix mxn, We can use np.linalg.pinv(S), here s is the data you want to pass.
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For square matrix we use np.linalg.inv(S), The inverse of a matrix is such that if it is multiplied by the original matrix, it results in identity matrix.
note: np is numpy
We can also use np.linalg.inv(S) for non square matrix but in order to not get any error you need to slice the data S.
For more details on np.linalg.pinv : https://numpy.org/doc/stable/reference/generated/numpy.linalg.pinv.html
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