To calculate the left kernel of a matrix in Matlab, you can use the null function. The null function calculates a basis for the null space of a matrix, which is the left kernel of the matrix.

Here's an example code:

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In this code, we first define a matrix `A`

. We then calculate the left kernel of `A`

by calling `null(A', 'r')`

. The `'r'`

argument specifies that we want to compute a rational basis for the null space. Finally, we display the left kernel of `A`

using `disp(left_kernel)`

.

Note that we need to transpose the matrix `A`

to calculate its left kernel. This is because the `null`

function calculates the right kernel of its input matrix. By transposing `A`

, we obtain its right kernel, which is equivalent to its left kernel.

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