### The Maxima on-line user's manual

Algebra Calculator

#### Transpose

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

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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### Related Examples

j=[1, 2, 3];

transpose(j)*j;

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##### transpose

A:matrix[[1,0,2],[3,5...

B:matrix[[1,7,0],[3,5...

BT:transpose(B);

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##### transpose

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

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

D.transpose(D)-4*I;

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##### transpose

A:matrix[[-3,1,0],[2,...

B:matrix[[2,-1,3],[1,...

C:matrix[[-1,2,1],[1,...

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##### transpose

A:matrix[[1,7,3],[7,4...

A;

transpose(A);

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##### transpose

uvect(transpose([1,1,...

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##### transpose

[X1, Y1, Z1].transpos...

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##### transpose

uvect(transpose([1,1,...

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##### transpose

Aufgabe:[[f(x):=x**2,...

transpose(Aufgabe);

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v1:[-1,0-1];

v2:[0,1,-1];

v3:[4,-2,-1];

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