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OUM BUSINESS SCHOOLSEMESTER MAY 2016BBMP1103MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENTMATRICULATION NO: 931227145374001IDENTITY CARD NO.: 931227145374TELEPHONE NO.: +60145093293E-MAIL : [email protected]LEARNING CENTRE: KELANTAN LEARNING CENTRE
[Type text][Type text]BBMP11031 (a)Row Matrix (Row Vector)Row matrixor row vectoris a matrix with only one row, as illustrated by the following matrices:(a)B1×3=(b)B1×4=[132−1]Column Matrix (Column Vector)A matrix with only one column is called a column matrixor column vector. The following are samples of column matrices:(a)L3×1=(b)L4×1=Square MatrixA matrix with equal numbers of rows and columns is called square matrix. The mx nmatrixis square, if and only if, m= n. The examples of square matrices are as follows:(a)S2×2=[−12−40](b)S3×3=The elements on the main diagonalof any given square matrix are all the elements which lie from the upper left corner to the lower right corner. The main diagonal elements for matrixS2×2above are –1 and 0. While, the main diagonal of matrix S3×3are 3, 1 and 4.Diagonal Matrix