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## How many rows does a column matrix have?

An m-by-n matrix is called a column matrix if **n = 1** (i.e., if it consists of just one column), a row matrix if m = 1 (i.e., if it consists of just one row), and a square matrix if m = n. Note that the transpose of a row matrix is a column matrix, and vice versa.

## Which matrix has only one row?

A matrix having only one column is called a COLUMN VECTOR; and a matrix with only one row is called **a ROW VECTOR**.

## How do you know if a matrix is undefined?

Addition of two matrices that are not of the same size is undefined. A matrix is multiplied by a scalar (i.e., number) **by multiplying each entry of the matrix by the scalar**.

## What are rows in matrix?

**The horizontal and vertical lines of entries in a matrix** are called rows and columns, respectively. The size of a matrix is defined by the number of rows and columns that it contains. A matrix with m rows and n columns is called an m × n matrix or m -by-n matrix, while m and n are called its dimensions.

## What is row matrix with example?

In an m × n matrix, if m **= 1**, the matrix is said to be a row matrix. Definition of Row Matrix: If a matrix have only one row then it is called row matrix. Examples of row matrix: … [4386] is a row matrix.

## Is it NXM or MXN matrix?

A matrix that has a single row is called a row vector. The transpose of a matrix or vector is formed by interchanging the rows and the columns. **A matrix of order (m x n) becomes of order (n x m) when transposed**.