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A matrix is an array of numbers in brackets that contain rows (horizontal) and columns (vertical). If there are n rows and m columns, we say the matrix is nxm. Matri…ces can contain things other than numbers, such as polynomials. Furthermore, those with numbers may contain real or complex numbers. (MORE)

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Mathematics: A two dimensional grid of numbers. Biology: The matrix is a part near the origin of your toe or fingernail where the nail grows from. Movie: The Matrix is the… world that has blinded you from the truth. The Matrix is control. (MORE)

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Matrixism is a religion based on the movie The Matrix, the writings of Aldous Huxley and the Baha'i Faith. Matrixism is also referred to as The path of the One.

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Matrix derives from Latin "Mater" which means "mother". It was called this because the determinant, which is very central to matrix mathematics, changes when we remove columns… or rows, so with simple words it's because a little matrix can be a part of a larger matrix. (MORE)

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the matrix is the theory that the world as we know it today is really a computer program created by the "machine overlords of the future". it is believed to be used to keep hu…mans under control so they have no possible way to rebel and regain control (MORE)

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No, the idea of the Matrix creates an intriguing conversation, but entirely fictional. Though it is a scary thought thinking that the Earth we know is a fake.

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In Algebra

this is the question: -2X+ 3 [2 -8] [4 -6] ............[-4 2] = [2 -8]

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A square matrix K is said to be idempotent if K2=K. So yes K is a square matrix

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That is the correct spelling of matrixed (in a combined vertical and horizontal hierarchy, pooling groups across divisions). This is presently an informal term or jargon which… grew from the concept of matrix management. (MORE)

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Matrix is a mass of fine-grained rock in which the fossils, crystals, or gems are embedded.