#### nomadreid

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- Is "the matrix Bellman nonhomogeneous equations" correct phrasing?

A paper that I am proof-reading contains this sentence.

"A universal method for solving the matrix Bellman nonhomogeneous equations was suggested in [82]."

This seemed a bit of an odd phrasing, so I asked the author to explain. He replied,

"I used

Is this phrasing then correct? Or would "the Bellman nonhomogeneous matrix equations" be better? Or some third variant?

"A universal method for solving the matrix Bellman nonhomogeneous equations was suggested in [82]."

This seemed a bit of an odd phrasing, so I asked the author to explain. He replied,

"I used

**the matrix Bellman nonhomogeneous equations**, since these equations are matrix equations ."Is this phrasing then correct? Or would "the Bellman nonhomogeneous matrix equations" be better? Or some third variant?