Given the dimension of the matrix R(rows) * C(column) the task is to find which type of matrix is representing by the given dimension.
Input : R = 1 C = 0 Output : Row Matrix Input : R = 4 C = 5 Output : Horizontal Matrix
- Row Matrix : When R = 1 and C = 0 then the matrix represent Row Matrix .
- Column Matrix : When C = 1 and R = 0 then the matrix represent Column Matrix.
- Horizontal Matrix : A Matrix in which number of rows is smaller than the number of column is called Horizontal Matrix (R < C) .
- Vertical Matrix : A Matrix in which number of rows is greater than the number of column is called Horizontal Matrix (R > C).
- Square Matrix : A matrix in which number of rows is equal to number of column is called Square Matrix (R = C).
Row Matrix Column Matrix Horizontal Matrix Vertical Matrix Square Matrix
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