MATH 1630 If high school precalculus and ACT math of at least 21 contact 694
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MATRIX ARITHMETIC Addition and Subtraction of Matrices 1 A matrix of order m x n has m rows and n columns row x column a In a square matrix m n b In a row matrix m 1 c In a column matrix n 1 2 Two matrices are equal if they have the same order and each pair of corresponding elements is equaL a Giventhat 9 7 mis 5 r 0 8 0 b Then 9m3m12 7 n 5 n 2 r 8 3 To addsubtract two matrices of the same order addsubtract the corresponding elements You cannot add or subtract matrices if they are not the same size 4 The additive inverse negative of matrix X is formed by changing each element to its opposite and is denoted by X 5 The additive identity zero matrix has zeros for all elements The zero matrix is not unique their is one to match a matrix of any size 6 Examples Given that A 4 73 0 5 and B 1 74 72 6 71 0 3 7 1 8 73 5 A B 5 77 72 1 1 0 8 0 12 The0matrixoforder2x4is0 0 0 0 l Z l ll 3H 1H Zl Matrix Arithmetic page 1 J Ahrens 192006 A N 9 A l Scalar Multiplication A scalar is a real number not a matrix To multiply a scalar times a matrix multiply each element of the matrix by the scalar quotA 47305then3A3 47305 12 79015 71037 71037 730921 IfB174 72 6 then3A4B 12 79 o 15 4174 72 6 18735 73 0921 18735 12 79 o 15 4 716 is 24 73 o 9 21 4 32 712 2o 8 7 8 79 77 732 21 1 Matrix Multiplication True matrix multiplication can be very tricky a It is not always possible to multiple two given matrices even if they are the same size b It may be possible to multiply A times B in that order but not B times A c It may be possible to multiply A times B and B times A but not get the same answer The sizes of the matrices will determine whether or not they can be multiplied a Suppose that we have matrix A which is 3x2 and matrix B which is 2x3 b Write the orders of the matrices sidebyside and compare the two inner numbers c If the number of columns in the first matrix is equal to the number of rows in the second matrix then the product AB can be found d Ifthe product exists then its size is given by the two outer numbers matrix A matrixB 2 x 3 3 T f T must be AB will be 3 x 3 e Would we be able to find BA in this case Yes it will be a 2x2 matrix matrix B matrixA 3 x 2 T f T must be BA will be 2 x 2 Matrices form a mathematical system of their own so they do not have to follow the same rules that the real numbers do Matrix Arithmetic page 2 J Ahrens 192006