# Manuals/calci/MATRIXPOWER

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**MATRIXPOWER (a,b,ConsiderUnits)**

- is any matrix.
- is any constant value or any matrix.

## Description

- This function shows the power value of all the corresponding entries.
- In , and are any two matrices.
- The power of a number indicating how many times we have to multiply the number.
- Power is also called Exponents or Indices.
- Here both matrices should be the same dimension.
- So it is finding the power value of first value in the first matrix to the power first value in the second matrix.
- Consider 3x3 matrices with the entries and ,i and j= 1,2,3.
- So it is calculating , and
- Suppose second matrix is less column or row values then the power value will assigned as 0.
- After calculating power value the remaining row and column values will display as 1.

## Examples

1. MATRIXPOWER([2,3,4;5,6,7],5)

32 | 243 | 1024 |

3125 | 7776 | 16807 |

2. MATRIXPOWER([3,4,9;10,12,7;5,4,8],[5,2,7;3,6,9;11,12,13])

243 | 16 | 4782969 |

1000 | 2985984 | 40353607 |

48828125 | 16777216 | 549755813888 |