2 x 1
2 x 2
2 x 3
2 x 4
Scalar Multiplication
Matrix Multiplication
Scalar Division
Matrix Division
An identity matrix is a matrix with all diagonal entries as 1 and all non-diagonal entries as 0. It is called an identity matrix as it would give a null matrix as a result when multiplied by other matrix.
An identity matrix is a matrix with all diagonal entries as 1 and all non-diagonal entries as 0. It is called an identity matrix as it would not change the original matrix when multiplied by it.
An identity matrix is a matrix with all its entries as 0. It is called an identity matrix as it would give a null matrix as a result when multiplied by any other matrix.
An identity matrix is a matrix with all its entries as 0. It is called an identity matrix as it would not change the original matrix when multiplied by it.
A + B
A - B
A x B
A / B
Addition of Matrices
Subtraction of Matrices
Multiplication of Matrices
Division of Matrices
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(5 8) (9 2)
(4 9) (16 25) (36 49)
(2 8 7 6 9) (8 7 6 0 3) (7 6 8 3 4) (1 4 7 2 6) (7 8 2 3 0)