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Hello everyone,
I have the following matrices:
x = (15 -17) y = (-6 20) z = (55 -75)
I would like to combine them to form a new matrix such as,
A = (x y z)
I'm thinking (not sure if its right) A would turn up to be a 1x6 matrix.
A = (15 -17 -6 20 55 -75)
Then I would like to get the maximum absolute value of A which if everything is possible up to this point then the result would be 75.
Any suggestions?
Thanks!
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Use
A:=augment (x,y,z).
Then the Minimum of your matrix A will be found with:
MinA:=min (A) = -75
To find the Maximum absolute value use:
MaxAbsA:=max (abs (A))= 75
Some more:
Success!
Luc
Use
A:=augment (x,y,z).
Then the Minimum of your matrix A will be found with:
MinA:=min (A) = -75
To find the Maximum absolute value use:
MaxAbsA:=max (abs (A))= 75
Some more:
Success!
Luc
Yes, Your solution is correct. This is the simple way to get the solution of this problem. Same solution also in my mind but you already did good effort.