## How do you do matrix multiplication in Scilab?

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Dialog box

- Datatype(1=real double 2=Complex) It indicates the type of the output.
- Multiplication rule (1= * 2= .* 3=scalar) Select multiplication rule.
- Do on Overflow(0=Nothing 1=Saturate 2=Error) When this parameter is set to zero the result is similar to a normal multiplication of two integer matrix.

**How do you represent a matrix in Scilab?**

Matrices are defined using square brackets (see page 23). As mentioned before, matrix computation is the basis of calculations in Scilab. A space or comma is used to separate columns and semicolons are used to separate rows.

**How do you find the transpose of a matrix in Scilab?**

In Scilab, the result of a character string transpose is the string itself; but in Matlab, transpose of a character string gives a column vector of characters. To have the same result in Scilab, use: mtlb_t.

### How do you calculate sum in Scilab?

y=sum(x,orientation) returns in y the sum of x along the dimension given by orientation :

- if orientation is equal to 1 or “r” then.
- if orientation is equal to 2 or “c” then:
- if orientation is equal to n then.
- y=sum(x,”*”) is equivalent to y=sum(x)

**How do you write an identity matrix in Scilab?**

If A is a scalar, then Matlab returns a A*A identity matrix but in Scilab you get a 1, use eye(A,A) to get the same matrix B. If A is a vector, Scilab and Matlab give the same B. Finally, if A is a matrix, in Scilab, B will be a matrix having the same size as A whereas in Matlab, you get an error message.

**How do you find the dimensions of a matrix in Scilab?**

The syntax n = size(x, sel) may be used to specify what dimension to get:

- Set sel to 1 or ‘r’ to get the number of rows.
- Set sel to 2 or ‘c’ to get the number of columns.
- Set sel to m , where m is a positive integer to get the m th dimension.
- Set sel to ‘*’ to get the product of the dimensions.

#### What is %f in Scilab?

%f or %F are boolean variables which return false . When the condition is not checked, this last returns false .

**How many types of matrix in Scilab?**

Some of the data types are: real or complex matrix, Boolean matrix, sparse matrix, matrix of integers (1, 2 or 4 bytes), matrix of graphic handles, array of strings, functions, lists and pointers.

**Where can I find modulo in Scilab?**

Description. modulo computes i= n (modulo m) i.e. remainder of n divided by m ( n and m integers). i = n – m . * int (n ./ m).

## Which function is used to calculate the sum and product of the elements in the matrix?

The SUMPRODUCT function returns the sum of the products of corresponding ranges or arrays.

**How do you find the sum of a loop?**

“how to sum in a for loop python” Code Answer’s

- n = input(“Enter Number to calculate sum”)
- n = int (n)
- sum = 0.
- for num in range(0, n+1, 1):
- sum = sum+num.
- print(“SUM of first “, n, “numbers is: “, sum )

**What is eye matrix in Scilab?**

Description. according to its arguments defines an m x n matrix with 1 along the main diagonal or an identity matrix of the same dimension as A . In case A is an hypermatrix, X will be defined as X(i,i,…,i) = 1 for all i from 1 to min(size(A)) . eye(10) is interpreted as eye(A) with A=10 i.e. 1 .