# Latest matrix calculators published in the math category

This blog post presents the latest matrix calculators published in the math category that perform all the range of operations available to matrices and shows what each of the tools has to offer, from the types of matrices available to what kind of numerical variables are accepted.

## Matrix calculator

• Performs multiplication, addition or subtraction operations on any two matrices regardless of the number of columns or rows
• Can be applied to matrices of 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4
• Each of the three operations is explained in detail and exemplified below the form

Go to the Matrix calculator!

## Matrix Multiplication Calculator

• Calculates multiplication of two matrices, available 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4
• Processes both positive and negative numbers, decimals or not and even fractions
• There is an example and calculation method available

Go to the Matrix multiplication calculator!

## Scalar Multiplication of Matrix Calculator

• Computes multiplications between scalar values and matrices with 1 to 4 columns or rows
• Each entry in the matrix will be multiplied with the given scalar
• Available to process positive, negative numbers, fractions and values with or without decimals

## Inverse Matrix Calculator

• Determines the inverse for a square matrix of either 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4
• Respects that the inverse matrix multiplied by the original one is equivalent to the identity matrix (I)
• Formulas applicable for any nxn matrices with determinant not zero

Go to the Inverse matrix calculator!

## Determinant Calculator

• Computes the determinant in the case of square matrices regardless of type, applicable to up to four columns/rows
• Allows fractions, positive or negative numbers and decimal places
• Formulas used and examples can be found below the form

Go to the Determinant calculator!

## Transpose Matrix Calculator

• Performs the transposition operation on any matrices from 1 to 4 rows or columns
• Displays the transpose properties of matrices and performs an example calculation as well

Go to the Transpose matrix calculator!

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