Matrix addition and subtraction, Mathematics

What is Matrix addition and subtraction? Illustrate the procedure of Matrix addition and subtraction.

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hi,

this is a very simple procedure, try this:

We can add any type of number of matrices or subtract one matrix from another if they have the similar sizes. Addition is performed by adding together corresponding elements in the matrices. Likewise subtraction is carried out by subtracting the corresponding elements of two matrices.

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