Matrix Multiplication

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• 12-06-2005
dlf
Thanks for your help, sorry to have bothjered you. Just one last question.

Is this along the right lines?

Code:

```void scaling (double line[][3]) {   //double a=0;   double s;   double new_line2[2][3];     printf("\nHow much would you like to scale the line by?\nEnter a value between 0 and 1:");   scanf("%lf", &s);   int scaling_matrix[3][3] = { {s, 0, 0}, {0, s, 0}, {0, 0, s} };     //scaling_matrix[0][0]=s;   //scaling_matrix[1][0]=0;   //scaling_matrix[2][0]=0;   //scaling_matrix[0][1]=0;   //scaling_matrix[1][1]=s;   //scaling_matrix[2][1]=0;   //scaling_matrix[0][2]=0;   //scaling_matrix[1][2]=0;   //scaling_matrix[2][2]=s;     scaling_multiplication(line, scaling_matrix, new_line2);     printf("\nThe new start coordinates are: (%lf,%lf,%lf)", new_line2[0][0], new_line2[0][1], new_line2[0][2]);   printf("\nThe new end coordinates are: (%lf,%lf,%lf)", new_line2[1][0], new_line2[1][1], new_line2[1][2]); }  void scaling_multiplication (double a[][3], double b[][3], double F[][3]) {   //F[0][0]=D[0][0]*E[0][0];   //F[0][1]=D[1][0]*E[0][1];   //F[0][2]=D[2][0]*E[0][2];   //F[1][0]=D[0][1]*E[1][0];   //F[1][1]=D[1][1]*E[1][1];   //F[1][2]=D[2][3]*E[1][2]; int i, j, k;   for(i=0; i<3; i++)   {         for(j=0; j<3; j++)         {             for(k=0; k<3; k++)             {                   F[i][j] = a[i][k] + b[k][j];             }         }   } }```
• 12-06-2005
7stud
Describe in english what you want to do and don't use the term 'scaling' or 'coordinates of a line'.
• 12-07-2005
dlf
I want to multiply an array_a[2][3] by another array_b[3][3] and have the results in a final array_c[2][3].

I think some of the code above may be correct but I have a feeling the equations/calculations are wrong.

Thaks for being so patient.
• 12-07-2005
7stud
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I want to multiply an array_a[2][3] by another array_b[3][3]
Describe in detail what you mean by multiplying one array by another array. For instance, do you mean add up all the values in one array and then add up all the values in the other array, and then multiply those two sums together--with the result being a single double value?
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