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How to multiply dimension matrix ???

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Oman Wisni
Oman Wisni on 15 Nov 2018
Commented: Oman Wisni on 15 Nov 2018
Hi, I have matrix with dimension like below :
A = 220 x 1;
B = 220 x 11;
I want
C = 1 x 11
Im trying this code
C = bsxfun(@times,A,B);
the result is C = 220 x 1.
Is there possible I get result C = 1 x 11 ???
any help will be must appreciated. Thanks

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 15 Nov 2018
Edited: madhan ravi on 15 Nov 2018
clear all
A=rand(220,1)'; %AN EXAMPLE
B=rand(220,11);
A*B

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Oman Wisni
Oman Wisni on 15 Nov 2018
if I remove semicolon, I get error sir,
Error using *
Inner matrix dimensions must agree.
madhan ravi's reply: see edited answer
Oman Wisni
Oman Wisni on 15 Nov 2018
this sir, the result like below I want in ans have value like matrix A and B.
ans = 1 x 11 double.
madhan ravi's reply: see edited answer , also be familiar with basic fundamentals
Oman Wisni
Oman Wisni on 15 Nov 2018
Yes sir, already. Thanks for you answer and your time
madhan ravi's reply: Anytime :)

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