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- 1. An introduction to Matrix Algebra
- 2. Algebra
- 3. MATRIX A matrix is an ordered rectangular array of numbers, arranged in rows and columns. rows columns
- 4. ORDER OF A MATRIXThe size or order of a matrix isdescribed by its number of rowsand the number of columns. If a matrix, A, has m rows and n columns then A is described as an mxn matrix.
- 5. The numbers in a matrix are called itselements. The element in the ith row and jthcolumn of a matrix is generally denoted byaij. A matrix with m rows and n columns iswritten or .
- 6. Row Matrix A matrix with just one row is called a row matrix (or row vector). A a1 a 2 , an aj (1 x n)
- 7. Column Matrix A matrix with just one column is called a column matrix. a1 a2 A ai (m x 1) am
- 8. Matrices of the same orderTwo matrices which have the Samenumber of rows and columns aresaid to be matrices of the sameorder.
- 9. Equal MatricesTwo matrices A = (aij) and B = (bij) are said to be equal if,and only if, each element aij of A is equal to thecorresponding element bij of B.In symbolic form this reads: A=B aij = bij for all i and jFrom this it follows that equal matrices are of the sameorder but matrices of the same order are not necessarilyequal.
- 10. Null matrix Any matrix, all of whose elements are zero, is called a null or zero matrix and is denoted by O.
- 11. Matrix Addition A new matrix C may be defined as the additive combination of matrices A and B where: C = A + B is defined by: cij aij bij Note: all three matrices are of the same dimension
- 12. Addition a11 a12 If A a 21 a 22 b11 b12 and B b 21 b 22 a11 b11 a12 b12 then C a 21 b 21 a 22 b22
- 13. Matrix Addition Example 3 4 1 2 4 6 A B C 5 6 3 4 8 10
- 14. Multiplication by a scalar If A is a given matrix and a scalar then A is the matrix each of whose elements is times the corresponding element of A.Thus A
- 15. TheIdentity
- 16. Identity Matrix Square matrix with ones on the diagonal and zeros elsewhere. 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
- 17. Equal Matrices Two matrices A and B are said to be equal if, and only if, each element aij of A is equal to the corresponding element bij of B.
- 18. The Null matrix Any matrix all of whose elements are zero is called a null or zero matrix
- 19. Transpose Matrix Rows become columns and columns become rows a11 a 21 , , am1 a12 a 22 , , am 2 A a1n a 2n , , amn
- 20. Square Matrix Same number of rows and columns 5 4 7 B 3 6 1 2 1 3
- 21. Matrix Subtraction C = A - B Is defined by Cij Aij Bij
- 22. Matrix Multiplication Let A and B be two matrices. If the number of columns in A is equal to the number of rows in B we say that A and B are conformable for the matrix product AB. If A is order m n and B is of order n p, then the product AB is defined and is a matrix of order m p.
- 23. Matrix Multiplication Matrices A and B have these dimensions: [r x c] and [s x d]
- 24. Matrix Multiplication Matrices A and B can be multiplied if: [m x n] and [n x p] n=n
- 25. Matrix MultiplicationThe resulting matrix will have the dimensions: [m x n] and [n x p] mxp
- 26. Computation: A x B = C a11 a12 A a 21 a 22 [2 x 2] b11 b12 b13 B b 21 b 22 b 23 [2 x 3] a11b11 a12b21 a11b12 a12b22 a11b13 a12b23 C a 21b11 a 22b21 a 21b12 a 22b22 a 21b13 a 22b23 [2 x 3]
- 27. Computation: A x B = C 2 3 111 A 11 and B 1 0 2 1 0 [3 x 2] [2 x 3] A and B can be multiplied 2 *1 3 *1 5 2 *1 3 * 0 2 2 *1 3 * 2 8 528 C 1*1 1*1 2 1*1 1* 0 1 1*1 1* 2 3 213 1*1 0 *1 1 1*1 0 * 0 1 1*1 0 * 2 1 111 [3 x 3]
- 28. Computation: A x B = C 2 3 111 A 11 and B 1 0 2 1 0 [3 x 2] [2 x 3] Result is 3 x 3 2 *1 3 *1 5 2 *1 3 * 0 2 2 *1 3 * 2 8 528 C 1*1 1*1 2 1*1 1* 0 1 1*1 1* 2 3 213 1*1 0 *1 1 1*1 0 * 0 1 1*1 0 * 2 1 111 [3 x 3]
- 29. Note: If A is an m n and B is n p matrix, then AB is an m p matrix. Hence we see that BA is defined only when p=m.
- 30. Inversion
- 31. The Inverse of a MatrixDefinition:Let A be a square matrix. A matrix Bsuch that AB=I=BA is called the inversematrix of A and is denoted by A-1.So if A-1 exists, we have AA-1=I=A-1Aand the matrix is said to be invertible.If a matrix has no inverse, then it is saidto be non-invertible.
- 32. The Inverse of a Matrix 1 1 A A AA I Like a reciprocal Like the number one in scalar math in scalar math
- 33. Linear System of SimultaneousEquations First precinct: 6 arrests last week equally divided between felonies and misdemeanors. Second precinct: 9 arrests - there were twice as many felonies as the first precinct. 1st Precinct : x1 x2 6 2nd Pr ecinct : 2x1 x2 9
- 34. 11 11Solution Note: Inverse of 21 is 2 1 11 x1 6 * 21 x2 9 11 11 x1 11 6 Premultiply both sides by * * * inverse matrix2 1 21 x2 2 1 9 10 x1 3 A square matrix multiplied by its * inverse results in the identity matrix. 01 x2 3 x1 3 A 2x2 identity matrix multiplied by the 2x1 matrix results in the original x2 3 2x1 matrix.
- 35. General Form n equations in n variables: n aijxj bi or Ax b j 1 unknown values of x can be found using the inverse of matrix A such that 1 1 x A Ax A b
- 36. Garin-Lowry Model Ax y x The object is to find x given A and y . This is done by solving for x : y Ix Ax y (I A)x 1 (I A) y x
- 37. Matrix Operations in Excel Select the cells in which the answer will appear
- 38. Matrix Multiplication in Excel 1) Enter “=mmult(“ 2) Select the cells of the first matrix 3) Enter comma “,” 4) Select the cells of the second matrix 5) Enter “)”
- 39. Matrix Multiplication in Excel Enter these three key strokes at the same time: control shift enter
- 40. Matrix Inversion in Excel Follow the same procedure Select cells in which answer is to be displayed Enter the formula: =minverse( Select the cells containing the matrix to be inverted Close parenthesis – type “)” Press three keys: Control, shift, enter

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