Here in this tutorial, we are going to learn how to find the **inverse of a matrix in MATLAB**. First of all, see what is the syntax of matrix inverse in MATLAB.

**Syntax**

A = inv(B)

where B is the square matrix and A is the inverse of matrix B.

Let us take a few examples to see how you find matrix inverse easily.

**Example-1:** Find the inverse of the following 2 x 2 matrix

**MATLAB code**

B = [2 3; 5 7]; A = inv(B)

**Output**

**Explanation**

First of all, we write the code for the matrix as B = [2 3; 5 7]. In the second step, we write code for matrix inverse as A = inv(B). Here A is the inverse of 2 x 2 matrix.

**Example-2:** Find the inverse of the following 3 x 3 matrix

**MATLAB code**

B = [5 7 9; 4 1 8; 5 2 4]; A = inv(B)

**Output**

**Explanation**

First of all, we write the code for the matrix as B = [5 7 9; 4 1 8; 5 2 4]. In the second step, we write code for matrix inverse as A = inv(B). Here A is the inverse of 3 x 3 matrix.

**Example-3:** Find the inverse of the following 4 x 4 matrix

**MATLAB code**

B = [5 7 9 11; 4 1 8 7; 5 2 4 9; 4 8 7 11]; A = inv(B)

**Output**

**Explanation**

First of all, we write the code for the matrix as B = [5 7 9 11; 4 1 8 7; 5 2 4 9; 4 8 7 11]. In the second step, we write code for matrix inverse as A = inv(B). Here A is the inverse of 4 x 4 matrix.

So in this tutorial we see how can we find the **inverse of matrix** easily in MATLAB.