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|dw:1348586843190:dw| Thats what i got
please help me I'm not sure if I got the right answer...

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No. If the matrices to be added has 3 rows and 1 column, the sum of those must have the same rows and columns.
okay then let me re-do it
I think I know how its supposed to look now i hope...
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|dw:1348587519366:dw| Yes ?
Is that your answer?
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|dw:1348587720254:dw| Do this :)
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Post your answer if you're done.. :)
|dw:1348587918524:dw| :(
That's correct! To be able to add two matrices, they must have the same sizes. :)
The result must have the same size too..
Cool I was hoping this time I got it right :D Thank you... ^ _ ^
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