Let $R=M_{n}(Z_{2})$, can we write every matrices of $R$ as sum of two matrices of $GL_{n}(Z_{2})$?
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closed as not a real question by Victor Protsak, Andrew Stacey, Akhil Mathew, Yemon Choi, Qiaochu Yuan Aug 23 '10 at 21:20
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It appears you are asking whether $R$ is a 2good ring. The answer is yes. You may find the paper "2good rings" by Peter Vamos to be useful in giving you some background information. 

