If both arguments are matrices, each row of A (conversion factor) is applied to each

column of B. The result is a matrix containing the converted values for each column

of B:

. 44-2 3p:I.O 1.0 10 20 10 5

B+3 2pl 2 2 4 3 3

A

1.0 10 I0

a0 1.0 5

12

a 4

33

123 243

63 123

I3

ALB

The following examples convert hours, minutes, and second to all seconds:

The following illustration shows how it was done:

Argument A (number system)

60 units (seconds) equals one unit of

the next position to the left.

60 units (minutes) equals one unit of the

next position to the left.

124 units (hours) equals one unit of the

next position.

Argument B

1 (hour) 30 (minutes) 15 (seconds)

The result was obtained as follows:

15 = 15seconds

30x 60 = 1800seconds

1 x 60 x 60 = 3600 seconds

541 5 seconds

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column of B. The result is a matrix containing the converted values for each column

of B:

. 44-2 3p:I.O 1.0 10 20 10 5

B+3 2pl 2 2 4 3 3

A

1.0 10 I0

a0 1.0 5

12

a 4

33

123 243

63 123

I3

ALB

The following examples convert hours, minutes, and second to all seconds:

The following illustration shows how it was done:

Argument A (number system)

60 units (seconds) equals one unit of

the next position to the left.

60 units (minutes) equals one unit of the

next position to the left.

124 units (hours) equals one unit of the

next position.

Argument B

1 (hour) 30 (minutes) 15 (seconds)

The result was obtained as follows:

15 = 15seconds

30x 60 = 1800seconds

1 x 60 x 60 = 3600 seconds

541 5 seconds

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98