Dyadic (Two-Argument) Form: Minimum A LB

The minimum function result is the smaller of the arguments. The arguments can be

numeric scalars, vectors, or other arrays. The arguments must be the same shape un-

less one of the arguments is a scalar or any single-element array. Arguments of the

same shape have the same shape result:

If one argument is a scalar or a single-element array, the shape of the result is the

same as that of the other argument. The single element is applied to every element

of the multielement array:

a

The I Function: Magnitude, Residue

Monadic (One-Argument) Form: Magnitude I B

The magnifude function result is the absolute value of the argument. The argument

can be a numeric scalar, vector, or other array. The shape of the result is the same

as that of the argument:

If the argument is an array, the function is extended to each of the elements:

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The minimum function result is the smaller of the arguments. The arguments can be

numeric scalars, vectors, or other arrays. The arguments must be the same shape un-

less one of the arguments is a scalar or any single-element array. Arguments of the

same shape have the same shape result:

If one argument is a scalar or a single-element array, the shape of the result is the

same as that of the other argument. The single element is applied to every element

of the multielement array:

a

The I Function: Magnitude, Residue

Monadic (One-Argument) Form: Magnitude I B

The magnifude function result is the absolute value of the argument. The argument

can be a numeric scalar, vector, or other array. The shape of the result is the same

as that of the argument:

If the argument is an array, the function is extended to each of the elements:

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