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    Derive 6.1 Question

    If I have a Matrix A and a Matrix B, using Derive how can I get an Augmented Matrix [ A B ]?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger SVO View Post
    If I have a Matrix A and a Matrix B, using Derive how can I get an Augmented Matrix [ A B ]?
    Hello,

    you have to open the additional Derive 6\Math\LinearAlgebra.mth which you find in File menu.

    Then use the help files and pick those textes you need.

    (I can't help you further because I use the German version of Derive 6)

    EB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger SVO View Post
    If I have a Matrix A and a Matrix B, using Derive how can I get an Augmented Matrix [ A B ]?
    see attachment:
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    Quote Originally Posted by earboth View Post
    Hello,

    you have to open the additional Derive 6\Math\LinearAlgebra.mth which you find in File menu.

    Then use the help files and pick those textes you need.

    (I can't help you further because I use the German version of Derive 6)

    EB
    I wonder if there is that much difference between the German and English versions, Any way I thank both you and CaptainBlack for your responses.
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