### All Linear Algebra Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : The Transpose

Find the transpose of Matrix .

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**Correct answer:**

To find the transpose, we need to make columns into rows.

### Example Question #2 : The Transpose

Transpose matrix A where,

**Possible Answers:**

You cannot transpose a square matrix

**Correct answer:**

Transposing a matrix simply means to make the columns of the original matrix the rows in the transposed matrix. Example: ie. column 1 become row 1, column 2 becomes row 2, etc.

### Example Question #3 : The Transpose

**Possible Answers:**

Not possible with non-square matrices

**Correct answer:**

Transposing a matrix simply means to make the columns of the original matrix the rows in the transposed matrix. Example: ie. column 1 become row 1, column 2 becomes row 2, etc.

### Example Question #4 : The Transpose

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**Correct answer:**

Transposing a matrix simply means to make the columns of the original matrix the rows in the transposed matrix. Example: ie. column 1 become row 1, column 2 becomes row 2, etc.

### Example Question #5 : The Transpose

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**Correct answer:**

### Example Question #6 : The Transpose

**Possible Answers:**

Not Possible

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### Example Question #7 : The Transpose

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### Example Question #8 : The Transpose

Which is the transpose of ?

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**Correct answer:**

The transverse is the matrix where the columns are now the corresponding rows - the first column is now the first row, the second column is now the second row, etc.

### Example Question #9 : The Transpose

Find the transpose of matrix A.

**Possible Answers:**

None of the other answers

**Correct answer:**

For a 3x2 matrix A, the transpose of A is a 2x3 matrix, where the columns are formed from the corresponding rows of A.

### Example Question #10 : The Transpose

Find the transpose of matrix A.

**Possible Answers:**

None of the other answers

**Correct answer:**

For a 2x4 matrix A, the transpose of A is a 4x2 matrix, where the columns are formed from the corresponding rows of A.