I'm not really sure what you're asking now.

Your last example is what we call asequenceand is related toseries.

Matrix calculations are a subject of lineair algebra, althoug they have many applications.

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- February 15th 2006, 11:08 PM #1

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## Help me please!

Hi ,

Is there a field in maths studies the relationship between a group of numbers or matrices?

for example, we have two materices:

a = (1,4,6,88)

b = (2,8,12,176)

It's obvious that when we multiply each element in a by 2 we get b elements.

Another example to clarify what I need:

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(When we add 2 to each number we get the next one)

These are simple examples. Are there some mathematical rules help in getting more complex relationships?

Thanks.

- February 16th 2006, 06:09 AM #2

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- February 16th 2006, 01:49 PM #3

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## Sorry

Pardon my poor math english.

What I need is :

The mathematics field that study prediction. I found a lot of subjects like Lagrange Interpolation Formula but it's difficult to understand. I heared that LPC (Linear Prediction Coding) can be used to estimate and predict un-sequential numbers.

Can you explain it to me in plain english or is there a site talking about it clearly.

Thanks.