Chapter 30

An array is a data structure whose elements are accessed by a numeric value called an index. A matrix is an array with mathematical operations defined on it. A matrix can be one, two, three or more dimensional structures.

Keywords

Array

Matrix

Subscripts

First Normal Form (1NF)

For Loop (Pascal)

Gabrielle Wiorkowski

Matrix Equality

Matrix Addition

Matrix Subtraction

Matrix Multiplication

Matrix Transpose

Inverses

Determinants

Arrays are not the same thing as matrices. An array is a data structure whose elements are accessed by a numeric value called an index. A matrix is an array with mathematical operations defined on it. A matrix can be one, two, three, or more dimensional structures. The most common ...

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