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# Learn Financial Freedom Step by Step

Matrix is the set of numbers which collected in two brackets. It must be m x n order , here m is number of rows and n is number of columns. Vertical line of numbers is called column and horizontal lines of number is called rows.

For Example

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10+1 boys are 100 and girls are 150

10+2 boys are 120 and girls are 100

B.Com boys are 80 and girls are 80

We can write this numbers in the set of two brackets, then it will become matrix.

If there are more than one matrix, we show matrices by capital letter A,B and C and numbers under bracket, we say elements.

In this matrix 100 is on the element of first row and first column, so, it is a11 and like this 120 is a21 and 80 is a31 and 150 is a12 and 100 is a22 and 80 is a32. All elements can defined upto amn

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