Say I have a square matrix of numbers assigned to A.--
How would I index A so all rows except A could have an operation applied to it?
Also, say I have an list, v, the length of A's vectors, how would I create a new matrix, X, which contains the first row of A multipled by each constant in the list?
X = A*v;
X = A*v;.
X[n] = A*v[n];
I want to do this without a loop, working with an arbitrarily-sized n.
Any help would be appreciated.
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