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Vector Calculations - Canon X Mark I Pro User Instruction

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Transpose a Matrix
Example: Transpose Matrix B =
EX #53
Identity of Matrix
1
Example: Identity Matrix D
0
Adjoint of Matrix
2
Example: Adjoint Matrix A
4
EX #55
Invert a Matrix
Example: Inverting Matrix C =
0.142857142
<Result:
-0.071428571 0.19047619
Determine the Absolute value of a Matrix
Example: To determine the absolute value of the inverted Matrix C in
the previous example. ......

Vector Calculations

Before starting vector calculations, you have to create one or more
vectors named A, B, C and D (maximum three vectors at one time).
The vector calculation results are stored into VctAns memory
automatically. You can use the vector VctAns memory for any
subsequent vector calculations.
9 5
9 6 8
6 2
<Result:
5 2 4
8 4
0
......
1
EX #54
3
5
-3
< Result:
>
5
-4
2
8 2
3 6
-0.047619047
>
......
EX #56
EX #57
Creating a Vector
Press
>
Press
MATX ITEM
[1] Dim
[2] Data
[3] VctA to VctD
[4] VctAns
[5] Dot
Press
to exit the matrix creating screen.
Editing Vector Elements
Press
for editing, and the corresponding vector element indicator will be
displayed.
Input the new value and press
Press
to exit the vector editing screen.
23
to enter Vector mode.
to use the Vector tool;
DESCRIPTION
Specify the Vector Name A to D, and specify the
dimension (up to 3D)
Specify the Vector A-D for editing and corresponding
matrix element
Select Vector A to D
Calculation Answer of Vector stored into VctAns
Input the "▪" command for obtaining the dot product
of a vector Outside VCTR MODE Apps
(data), then specify the matrix A, B, C or D
to confirm the edit.

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