Compute the following a) begin{bmatrix}-5 & -4&3&-10&-3&6 6&-10&5&9&4&-1 end{bmatrix}+begin{bmatrix}-7 & 3&10&0&8&8 8&0&4&-3&-8&0 end{bmatrix}b) -5begin{bmatrix}8 & -10&7 0 & -9&710&-5&-101&5&-10 end{bmatrix}c)begin{bmatrix}3 & 0&-8 6 & -4&-26&0&-8-9&-7&-7 end{bmatrix}^T

CoormaBak9 2020-12-16 Answered

Compute the following
a) [54310366105941]+[7310088804380]
b) 5[8107097105101510]
c)[308642608977]T

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Part (a)
Given:
[54310366105941]+[7310088804380]
By using matrix addition
[54310366105941]+[7310088804380]
=[5+(7)4+33+1010+03+86+86+810+05+49+(3)4+(8)1+0]
[121131051414109641]
Part (b)
Given:
5[8107097105101510]
Using scalar multiplication of matrices.
5[8107097105101510]=[5(8)5(10)5(7)5(0)5(9)5(7)5(10)5(5)5(10)5(1)5(5)5(10)]
[4050350453550255052550]
Part (c)
Given:
[308642608977]T
Transpose of a matrix is obtained by flipping matrix along diagonal,
[308642608977]T=[366904078287]
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