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If number of rows in A matrix are equal to number of column in B matrix, then A and B are comfortabl...
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If At = -A then A is said to be (1)

A matrix with only 1 row is called (1)

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

Generally matrices are denoted by (1)

Relation y = logzx implies (1)

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

We can add two matrices having real numbers A and B if their (1)

Vertically arranged elements in a matrix are called (1)

If A is a matrix of order(m - by - n) then a matrix(n - by - m) obtained by interchanging rows and c... (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)

In matrices (AB)-1 equals to (1)

If At = -A then A is said to be (1)

A matrix with only 1 row is called (1)

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

Generally matrices are denoted by (1)

Relation y = logzx implies (1)

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

We can add two matrices having real numbers A and B if their (1)

Vertically arranged elements in a matrix are called (1)

If A is a matrix of order(m - by - n) then a matrix(n - by - m) obtained by interchanging rows and c... (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)

In matrices (AB)-1 equals to (1)

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