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Introduction to Explanation of Composite Function
The use of matrices can be traced to the second century BCE in China; however, some aspects were identified with the Babylonians later. The beginnings of the matrices have arisen through the solving linear equations simultaneously, some of which are preserved in tablets of clay and exist to this day. It was not until the end of the day. The seventeenth century that there was a great deal of progress in Matrix Study — Until this time, they were known to be arrays. French mathematician, Augustin Cauchy, used the word "determinant.", in its present sense, in 1812 (Carl Gauss had Previously used, but not in the current term Background). The mathematician James Sylvester created the term matrix in 1850; however, it was not until 1858. The English mathematician, Arthur Cayley, established matrices as a branch of mathematics. While there are many previous Mathematicians used matrices, he was the first to generalize the concept.
Matrixes are used in more places than you might think. In geology, matrixes are used for building Seismic surveys. In robotics, inputs for controlling robots are derived from matrix calculations. Graphics software programs or video games use matrixes to transform objects on the screen. CAT in the medical field Scans, MRIs, and medical imaging all require the use of matrices to be performed.