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Transpose

Function: transpose (<M>) Returns the transpose of <M>.

A:matrix([120,0,-60],[40,-120,20],[80,0,-80]);
Ac1:matrix([120,0,-60],[40,-120,20],[80,0,-80]);
Ac2:matrix([120,0,-60],[40,-120,20],[80,0,-80]);
Ac3:matrix([120,0,-60],[40,-120,20],[80,0,-80]);
b:transpose([400,-200,0]);
detA:determinant(A);
c1:determinant(Ac1)/detA;
c2:determinant(Ac2)/detA;
c3:determinant(Ac3)/detA;

If <M> is a matrix, the return value is another matrix <N> such that N[i,j] = M[j,i].

If <M> is a list, the return value is a matrix <N> of length (m) rows and 1 column, such that N[i,1] = M[i].

Otherwise <M> is a symbol, and the return value is a noun expression transpose (<M>).

There are also some inexact matches for transpose. Try ?? transpose to see them.

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D:matrix[[0,-1,1],[2,...

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I:matrix[[1,0],[0,1]];

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