Mathematical Method Notes: Chapter 3 – Matrices
Mathematical Method notes of chapter 3 – Matrices for our BSc/ADS students on the Mathematical Method by S.M. Yousuf textbook. The author has attempted to discuss every subject in chapter no.3 in these notes. These notes are impressive for those students whose math skills are weak. You will achieve respectable grades within your batch after practicing these questions & answers. Using the comment area, please let us know if you see any errors.
What is Matrix? A matrix is an array of numbers that have been set up in rows and columns to make a rectangular shape. The elements, or entries, of the matrix, are the integers. Numerous branches of mathematics as well as the fields of engineering, physics, economics, and statistics use matrices extensively.
Course Contents

Introduction

Algebra of matrices

Partitioning of matrices

The inverse of a matrix

Elementary row operations

Elementary column operations
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