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#ActualRavyne

Posted 10 January 2013 - 10:32 PM

The result of that operation (3x3 * 3x2) is a 3x2 matrix. The first column of the result matrix is the same as if the second column of the second matrix didn't exist, and the second column of the result matrix is as if the first column of the second matrix didn't exist, except that you place the result in the second column of the result matrix.


#1Ravyne

Posted 10 January 2013 - 10:30 PM

The result of that operation (3x3 * 3x2) is a 3x2 matrix. The first column is the same as if the second column of the second matrix didn't exist, and the second column is the same as if the first column of the second matrix didn't exist too, except that you place the result in the second column of the result matrix.


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