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# Matrices

Chapter

## Abstract

There is still another way of regarding an
where we have replaced the constants

*m*×*n*system of equations, which will lead to an even shorter way of writing it than in ch. II. Let us first write the system as$$\begin{array}{*{20}c}
{a_{11} x_1 + } & \ldots & { + a_{1n} x_n = y1} \\
{.\;.} & \ldots & {.\;.} \\
{a_{m1} x_1 } & \ldots & {a_{mn} x_n = y_m ,} \\
\end{array} $$

(I)

*k*_{ i }on the right by variables*y*_{ i }If we take**x**=(*x*_{1},…*x*_{ n })′ and**y**= (*y*_{1},…*y*_{ m })′ to be column-vectors, we may regard the set of coefficients (*a*_{ ij }) in as an operator which acts on**x**to produce**y**.## Keywords

A22b21 A21b12 Rectangular Matrice Scalar Zero Matrix Multi Heavy Type
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