hey i was just thinking how matrices aren't supposed to be commutative?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

well i was just thinking, what if the matricees were equal? and i was like ha! im so cool! take that mr logic.

so yea, so far i have a couple rebelious matricees

a*b where a=1 by 1 and b= 1 by 1

a*b where na=b

a*b where a^n=b

a*b where a= identity

a*b where na=b and a = identity

a*b where a = null

a*b where a= mutliple of identity and b= multiple of mirrored identity

so, my questiono is this, can you help me be a good little poindexter and come up with a couple others?

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# Rebelious matrix commutivity

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