1. Matrix calculator
Description: Matrix addition, multiplication, inversion, determinant and rank calculation, transposing, bringing to diagonal, triangular form, exponentiation, LU Decomposition, QR-decomposition, Singular Value Decomposition (SVD), solving of systems of linear equations with solution steps
2. Matrix Rank Calculator - Reshish
Description: To calculate a rank of a matrix you need to do the following steps. Set the matrix. Pick the 1st element in the 1st column and eliminate all elements that are below the current one. Pick the 2nd element in the 2nd column and do the same operations up to …
3. Matrix Calculator - Reshish
Description: matrix.reshish.com is the most convenient free online Matrix Calculator. All the basic matrix operations as well as methods for solving systems of simultaneous linear equations are implemented on this site. For methods and operations that require complicated calculations a 'very detailed solution' feature has been made.
4. Matrix (mathematics) - Wikipedia
Description: is a matrix with two rows and three columns. This is often referred to as a "two by three matrix", a "2×3-matrix", or a matrix of dimension 2×3.Without further specifications, matrices represent linear maps, and allow explicit computations in linear algebra.Therefore, the study of matrices is a large part of linear algebra, and most properties and operations of abstract linear algebra can …
5. Rank of a Matrix - Formulas. Properties, Examples - BYJUS
Description: The rank of a matrix cannot exceed the number of its rows or columns. If we consider a square matrix, the columns (rows) are linearly independent only if the matrix is nonsingular. In other words, the rank of any nonsingular matrix of order m is m. The rank of a matrix A is denoted by ρ(A). The rank of a null matrix is zero.
6. Matrix Transpose Calculator - Reshish
Description: The algorithm of matrix transpose is pretty simple. A new matrix is obtained the following way: each [i, j] element of the new matrix gets the value of the [j, i] element of the original one. Dimension also changes to the opposite. For example if you transpose a 'n' x 'm' size matrix you'll get a new one of 'm' x 'n' dimension.
7. Matrix Rank - Math is Fun
Description: The rank can't be larger than the smallest dimension of the matrix. Example: for a 2×4 matrix the rank can't be larger than 2 When the rank equals the smallest dimension it is called "full rank", a smaller rank is called "rank deficient".
8. Matrix Eigenvectors Calculator - Symbolab
Description: Free Matrix Eigenvectors calculator - calculate matrix eigenvectors step-by-step
9. Upper Triangular Matrix calculator - AtoZmath.com
Description: Matrix calculator العربية Български Català Čeština Deutsch English Español فارسی Français Galego Italiano 日本語 한국어 Македонски Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Română Русский Slovenčina Türkçe Українська اردو Tiếng Việt 中文(繁體)