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Big fan of this channel. Can you please do a C program (maybe paste the solution here) where we can calculate the power of a square matrix without using pow(x,y), i.e. using multidimensional arrays? For example, for a given 2×2 matrix M, I want to calculate M^2 or M^3, etc. Would really appreciate the help. Thanks.

So multiplying matrices in R (at least this method) is a bit different than the traditional matrix multiplication method of using the dot product of the rows of matrix 1 and columns of matrix 2.

Really like tutorials like this, explain everything in detail, hope to learn more from you

I’d pay you to keep these coming. I’ve learned so much in just a day watching these.

When creating a matrix, what decides the number of columns?

the git tutorial is finished?