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In matrices

(A +

B)tequals to

(A +

B)tequals to

Let M be the space of all 4*3 matrices with entries in the f

Let M be the real vector space of 2*3 matrices with real ent

Idea of matrices was introduced by Arthur Caylet in

In matrices

(AB)−1 equals to

(AB)−1 equals to

In matrices, columns are denoted by

If sum of two matrices A and B is zero matrix, then A and B

Law which does not hold in multiplication of matrices is kno

If A, B and C matrices are of same order and

(a +

b) + C = A

(a +

b) + C = A

Theory of matrices was developed in