Anwarul 'Ulum Volume 5: Sadaqat-e-Islam by Mirza Bashir-ud-din Mahmud Ahmad

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1). Here the basic properties of matrices and the operations with them will be considered. Three basic operations over matrices are defined: summation, multiplication and multiplication of a matrix by a scalar. 1. m,n 1. The sum A + B of two matrices A = [aij ]m,n i,j =1 and B = [bij ]i,j =1 of the same size is defined as A + B := [aij + bij ]m,n i,j =1 n,p 2. 1) i,j =1 (If m = p = 1 this is the definition of the scalar product of two vectors).

17) if, upon substituting xi∗ instead of xi (i = 1, . . 17), equalities are obtained. 17) may have • a unique solution; • infinitely many solutions; • no solutions (to be inconsistent). 9. 17) if their sets of solutions coincide or they do not exist simultaneously. It is easy to see that the following elementary operations transform the given system of linear equations to an equivalent one: • interchanging equations in the system; • multiplying an equation in the given system by a nonzero constant; • adding one equation, multiplied by a number, to another.

Here the basic properties of matrices and the operations with them will be considered. Three basic operations over matrices are defined: summation, multiplication and multiplication of a matrix by a scalar. 1. m,n 1. The sum A + B of two matrices A = [aij ]m,n i,j =1 and B = [bij ]i,j =1 of the same size is defined as A + B := [aij + bij ]m,n i,j =1 n,p 2. 1) i,j =1 (If m = p = 1 this is the definition of the scalar product of two vectors). In general, AB = BA 19 Advanced Mathematical Tools for Automatic Control Engineers: Volume 1 20 3.

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