My book goes on to say:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

"If we consider both C^n and C^m with norms, then we define the norm of an M x N matrix A by.."

Then the formula says norm of A=sup (over abs(v)=1) of abs(Av) = sup (over v does not equal 0) abs(Av)/abs(v)

Can someone please provide me at least one example of what this means???

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# Example please for matrix norm

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