matrix

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Noun[change]

Singular
matrix

Plural
matrixes or matrices

A matrix in mathematics.
  1. A matrix is the situation or conditions in which something else develops or forms.
    Within the diverse school matrix, it is likely that there are major differences.
    Students need an understanding of literature within a larger matrix of relationships, influences, and effects.
  2. A matrix is a grid.
    Table 2 presents the correlation matrix among the groups and results.
  3. (mathematics) A matrix is a set of numbers in rows and columns.