postmultiplication

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postmultiplication

[‚pōst·məl·tə·plə′kā·shən]
(mathematics)
In multiplying a matrix or operatorBby another matrix or operatorA, the operation that results in the matrix or operatorBA. Also known as multiplication on the right.
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To show how such a permutation task can be accomplished, we first postmultiply the matrix f([A.
Should students be allowed to point the mouse at a regression icon, or should they be forced to type out the commands to postmultiply matrix X by its transpose, take the inverse of this product, then multiply by X-transpose Y?