Recently someone asked me how to invert a matrix using the UTL_NLA PL/SQL package. This can be done by solving a system of linear equations AX = B like the ones I described in this post but setting B to the identity matrix. I thought that the question was interesting enough to deserve its own post. So I am replicating the answer here for those interested.
The UTL_NLA package has many different procedures for solving systems of linear equations. Most of them are designed to take advantage of special form matrices (e.g., triangular, banded, etc.). For the example below, I picked the procedure LAPACK_GELS. This procedure solves general systems of linear equations in a robust fashion. It uses QR or LQ decompositions as needed.
Here is the output for the above code: