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# If A = and (aI_{2} + bA)^{2} = A, then-

- a = b =
- a = b = 1/
- a = b =
- a = b = 1/

## The correct answer is: a = b = 1/

### In the question we were given to find the value of a and b by considering some conditions

Hence Choice 2 is correct

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