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    Matrix to transform an equation

    How can a matrix be used to transform and equation?

    Is that by multiplying with the transformation matrix?
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    Re: Matrix to transform an equation

    I'm afraid you will have to be more specific. What kind of equation do you have in mind? A numerical equation or a matrix equation? If you equation has vectors or matrices on both sides, then, yes, you can "apply" the matrix by multiplying both sides of the equation by it.
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