Hello All, I have made a few threads already about Magic Squares and Regular Squares, but this thread is about Distinct Squares. As I had explained in my previous threads, I was reading through the chapter in my book about squares and had a few questions that I'm hoping you all might be able to help me with. Unlike previous threads, I have a discrete example from my book that I could use some help explaining.
Here are two matrices, X and Y.
X = and Y =
How can I prove that X cannot be transformed into Y by way of exchanging rows and columns?
Any help is appreciated!