Matrices, Mathematics

What is Matrices?

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A matrix is a rectangular array of items or numbers. These numbers or items are arranged in rows and columns to represent some information. The position of an element in one matrix is extremely significant as well be seen later; hence an element is located via the number of the row and column such is occupies.

The size of a matrix is explained by the number of its rows (m) and column (n).

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