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why we call a column or row matrices as column vector and row vector?

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    they're both lists of numbers :-P

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    no what is its relation with the vector

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    Deep relation, actually, but a column matrix is the same thing as a column vector, a m x 1 matrix/ m dimensional vector.

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    no what is its relation with the vector

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    vector is something directional what matrix have to do vectors its just array of numbers

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    vectors are often parts of matrices; matrices are composed of a number of column/row vectors. you perform operations between matrices and vectors such as multiplication.

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