Rank

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The rank of a matrix is the number of its leading 1's when in reduced row-echelon form (rref).

The rank is the number of linear independent rows (or columns) in a matrix.[1] For an m x n matrix, the rank is less than the minimum of m and n.

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  1. The row rank equals the column rank.