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## Latest revision as of 15:21, 22 April 2019

**MATRIXSCALARSUBTRACT (a,afactor)**

- is any matrix.
- is any constant value.

## Description

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

## Examples

1. MATRIXSCALARSUBTRACT([[2,3,8],[-10,17,-20],[541,769.43,-451]],52)

-50 | -49 | -44 |

-62 | -35 | -72 |

489 | 717.43 | -503 |

2.MATRIXSCALARSUBTRACT([[10,14,5.17],[6,-3,-5],[21.2,-34,76.8],[-17,19.4,20],[26,35,-21]],46)

-36 | -32 | -40.83 |

-40 | -49 | -51 |

-24.8 | -80 | 30.799999999999997 |

-63 | -26.6 | -26 |

-20 | -11 | -67 |

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