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A long run increase or decrease in data is known to be
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If two currents are in the same direction at any instant of time in a given branch of a circuit, the... (1)

A diagonal matrix having equal elements is called a (1)

If number of rows in A matrix are equal to number of column in B matrix, then A and B are comfortabl... (1)

If Bt = B then matrix B is called (1)

Generally matrices are denoted by (1)

If a matrix ‘A’ has ‘mrsquo; number of columns and ‘nrsquo; number of rows then m × n is said to be (1)

If two matrices A and B have same order and their corresponding elements are equal then it is called (1)

Vertically arranged elements in a matrix are called (1)

A scalar matrix having each element equal to 1 is said to be (1)

Law which does not hold in multiplication of matrices is known as (1)

In matrices, columns are denoted by (1)

A zero matrix ‘O’ of order m-by-n and A + O = O + A = A, then matrix is said to be (1)

Horizontally arranged elements in a matrix is called (1)

If two currents are in the same direction at any instant of time in a given branch of a circuit, the... (1)

A diagonal matrix having equal elements is called a (1)

If number of rows in A matrix are equal to number of column in B matrix, then A and B are comfortabl... (1)

If Bt = B then matrix B is called (1)

Generally matrices are denoted by (1)

If a matrix ‘A’ has ‘mrsquo; number of columns and ‘nrsquo; number of rows then m × n is said to be (1)

If two matrices A and B have same order and their corresponding elements are equal then it is called (1)

Vertically arranged elements in a matrix are called (1)

A scalar matrix having each element equal to 1 is said to be (1)

Law which does not hold in multiplication of matrices is known as (1)

In matrices, columns are denoted by (1)

A zero matrix ‘O’ of order m-by-n and A + O = O + A = A, then matrix is said to be (1)

Horizontally arranged elements in a matrix is called (1)

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