In this section, we will be learning about the dimensions of a matrix, as well as finding the matrix element within a matrix. Dimensions of a matrix are determined by the number of rows and columns in the matrix. We generally write the dimensions to be (# of rows) x (# of columns). A matrix element is an entry in the matrix. If you see the subscript of the letter, then that subscript will tell you which entry we are talking about in the matrix. For example, if the subscript is (4,6), then we are looking for the entry in the 4th row and 6th column.
A matrix is a list of numbers put in a rectangular bracket.
The dimensions of a matrix are the number of rows and columns of the matrix. For example, if the matrix has m rows and n columns, then we say that the dimensions matrix is m by n.
Each entry in the matrix is called a matrix element. Let the matrix be called A. Then we say that the
matrix element a4,6 is the entry in the 4th row and 6th column.
What is a matrix and the dimension of a matrix?
The Dimensions of a Matrix
Determine the dimensions of the following matrices:
Find the matrix element (or value) of the following matrix
Notation of matrices
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