Why is row(A) = col(B), where the matrix B is the transpose of matrix A. (so long as one ignores the distinction between row and column vectors)
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Originally Posted by aoneill5 Why is row(A) = col(B), where the matrix B is the transpose of matrix A. (so long as one ignores the distinction between row and column vectors) That's what the transpose of a matrix is by definition. All the rows of A become the columns of B, and vice versa.
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