# Manuals/calci/MATRIXSCALARMULTIPLY

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**MATRIXSCALARMULTIPLY (a,afactor)**

- is any matrix.
- is any constant value.

## Description

- This function is multiplying the scalar value with the given matrix.
- In , is any matrix.
- is the constant value to multiply with the matrix.
- Suppose when we are multiplying two matrices,the order of the matrices to be considered.
- But while multiplying with a scalar value order of matrix is not considered.
- To multiply a matrix by a scalar which is a single number,that simply multiply each element in the matrix by this number.
- So in the given matrix entries are multiplied by the constant value.

## Examples

1. MATRIXSCALARMULTIPLY([[4,8,10],[13,-15,87],[18,25,40]],13)

52 | 104 | 130 |

169 | -195 | 1131 |

234 | 325 | 520 |

2. MATRIXSCALARMULTIPLY([[14.2,15,79,112,-45],[19,34.3,-67,76,15]],67.43)

957.5060000000001 | 1011.45 | 5326.97 | 7552.160000000001 | -3034.3500000000004 |

1281.17 | 2312.849 | -4517.81 | 5124.68 | 1011.45 |

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