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# TRACE([[10,15,-19,43.2],[78,56,-90,32.9],[1,17,-143,187],[15,18,432,987]]) = 910 | # TRACE([[10,15,-19,43.2],[78,56,-90,32.9],[1,17,-143,187],[15,18,432,987]]) = 910 | ||

# TRACE([[3,8],[10,12]]) = 15 | # TRACE([[3,8],[10,12]]) = 15 | ||

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## Revision as of 14:53, 25 April 2019

**MATRIXTRACE (a)**

- is any matrix.

## Description

- This function shows the trace value of the given matrix.
- In , is any matirx.
- The trace of an nxn square matrix is defined to be the sum of all main diagonal entries.
- Consider the matrix A with the elements .
- Here trace of the matrix A is =.Where denotes the entry on the row and column of A.
- Now consider 3x3 matrix
- Here tr(A)= a+e+j.

## Examples

- TRACE([3,6,9;12,-67,-98;45,23,98]) = 34
- TRACE([[10,15,-19,43.2],[78,56,-90,32.9],[1,17,-143,187],[15,18,432,987]]) = 910
- TRACE([[3,8],[10,12]]) = 15