Can somebody plz try to solve the matrices sum in the attached figure??
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Originally Posted by snigdha Can somebody plz try to solve the matrices sum in the attached figure?? This is not sum of matrices but product of matrices. Read carefully the definition of product of matrices. Tonio
Originally Posted by tonio This is not sum of matrices but product of matrices. Read carefully the definition of product of matrices. Tonio well tonio...u misunderstood me...by "sum" i mean to say "problem"... & not that sum which means addition..!!
Originally Posted by snigdha well tonio...u misunderstood me...by "sum" i mean to say "problem"... & not that sum which means addition..!! Well, is that a weird use of the word sum...! Tonio
After multiplying this, we get, Then, we have, and all possible pairs are,
Originally Posted by tonio Well, is that a weird use of the word sum...! Tonio Apparently our British friends often use "sum" to mean any kind of mathematics problem. Doing mathematics problems is "doing sums". If only it were that easy!
Last edited by HallsofIvy; Feb 6th 2010 at 06:14 AM.
Originally Posted by kjchauhan After multiplying this, we get, Then, we have, and all possible pairs are, Assuming that x and y are integers, yes. But that was not given in the problem. For x and y real, x can be any number such that and
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy Apparently our British friends often use "sum" to mean any kind of mathematics problem. Even we, the Indians do the same..!!
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy Assuming that x and y are integers, yes. But that was not given in the problem. For x and y real, x can be any number such that and Thats true.. Thanks.
Originally Posted by snigdha Even we, the Indians do the same..!! Yes. Unfortunately, the "Raj" taught you a perverted form of the language!
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