
#1
Nov2112, 02:53 PM

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Hi,
I am new to Math so I am trying to get some intuition. Let's say I have a matrix A of n x n and a vector B of n x 1 what is the difference between A x B and A' x B? Thanks 



#2
Nov2112, 03:20 PM

Sci Advisor
P: 5,935

I am not sure what you are looking for. I suggest you create some simple examples (n = 2 or 3) and see what you get.




#3
Nov2112, 04:02 PM

Mentor
P: 20,947

Note that I changed your notation a bit. Capital letters are usually used to represent matrices, and lower case letters are usually used for vectors. 


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