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I need assignment help for Equal Matrices. can you please define Equal Matrices?

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Defination of equal matrices

Two matrices A and B are said to be equal like:

If and only if they are identical whether they both have the similar number of rows and columns and the elements in the corresponding locations in the two matrices should be the similar that is:  aij = bij  for all i And j.

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