How do you multiply matrices with: 2 rows and 3 columns
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Same as any other. Why do you ask?
Originally Posted by TKHunny Same as any other. Why do you ask? What do you mean the same way as any other? In what pattern?
Originally Posted by Googl How do you multiply matrices with: 2 rows and 3 columns Suppose that we have $\displaystyle A_{2,3}~\&~B_{2,3}$ then it impossible to form $\displaystyle A\cdot B$. But $\displaystyle B^T$, the transpose is a $\displaystyle 3\times 2$ matrix. Thus $\displaystyle A\cdot B^T$ is a $\displaystyle 2\times 2$ matrix.
Originally Posted by Googl What do you mean the same way as any other? In what pattern? Well, that would be why I asked, "Why do you ask?" Just trying to make sure we have a good question. If matrices are not conformable, you DON'T multiply them.
Last edited by TKHunny; Jul 2nd 2011 at 04:11 PM.
Thanks for the reply. I have managed to solve this one.
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