# Homework Help: Concatenating 2D array

1. Jun 13, 2014

### Maylis

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
I'm working on problem 1, specifically part (d) in the attached PDF file. I will show my code for (a) - (c) so you can see where I am coming from

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

(a)
Code (Text):
A1 = [1.3 5.2; 7.4 3.8; 9 2]

A1 =

1.3000    5.2000
7.4000    3.8000
9.0000    2.0000
(b)
Code (Text):

A1(2)

ans =

7.4000

(c)
Code (Text):
B = [1 1 1];
A3 = [A1 B']

A3 =

1.3000    5.2000    1.0000
7.4000    3.8000    1.0000
9.0000    2.0000    1.0000

(d)
I don't know how to add a row into the array for any given row. I know if I wanted to add for example [0 0] to the end of the row

Code (Text):

C = [0 0]

C =

0     0

A4 = [A1; C]

A4 =

1.3000    5.2000
7.4000    3.8000
9.0000    2.0000
0         0

but I just need to move that [0 0] into the second row

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Last edited: Jun 13, 2014
2. Jun 14, 2014

### Joffan

I think you have to use [xxx; C ; yyy] where xxx and yyy extract the relevant rows from A1.

Also the problem told you to use the zeros command, which you could put in place of making the intermediate matrix C.

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