In order to determine if a matrix is an invertible square matrix, or a square matrix with an inverse, we can use determinants. The only matrix with a nonzero determinant is an invertible square matrix. An invertible square matrix represents a system of equations with a regular solution, and a non-invertible square matrix can represent a system of equations with no or infinite solutions.
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