-2 4 -6 2 Let A= and B= find each of the following. 0 3 4 0 -2A+4B
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Originally Posted by norwoodjay -2 4 -6 2 Let A= and B= find each of the following. 0 3 4 0 -2A+4B I assume A is the matrix [-2 4 -6 2] and B is the matrix [0 3 4 0] ... is this correct?
Originally Posted by norwoodjay -2 4 -6 2 Let A= and B= find each of the following. 0 3 4 0 -2A+4B Is this what you are asking: A = [-2 4 -6 2} B = [0 3 4 0] -2A + 4B = [4 -8 12 -4] + [0 12 16 0] = [4 4 28 -4]
A is -2 4 and B is -6 2 both A snd B have Brackets around them. 0 3 4 3
Hello, Code: -2 4 A= 0 3 Code: -6 2 B= 4 0 -2A means that you multiply each element of A by -2 4B means that you multiply them by 4. Addition will be adding the elements that are at the same place. For example, A+B will give Code: -2-6 4+2 0+4 3+0
-2 4 A= 0 3
-6 2 B= 4 0
-2-6 4+2 0+4 3+0
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