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  1. Thank you. At 21:41, I am not sure why we multiplied n^2 by n please?

  2. whenever I come here first of all I hit Like because I know I'll understand the topic very well at the end of the video!

  3. But Why is value given to A1 =M(1,1)

  4. This has been a godsend, thank you so much!

  5. K exam h but m ye soch rha hu k koi insaan itna easily kesa padha skta h

  6. that was absolutely helpful. Thank you!

  7. Can anyone explain me how sir got answer 3 in 4:40 ?

    Is not value of nCn 1 ?

  8. this is why i pay my internet bills

  9. Right now I am only thinking about people who came here for dislike….How can someone just do this…Such a great teacher with awesome explanation and that also for free…Just think before doing this

  10. Sir you are the best…..
    Long live Sir 🙏 🤗 may God bless you

  11. Sir u r my savior, I love the way u explain its soooo simple and informative

  12. Time saving vedio👍👍

  13. Thanks for very easy explaination!!!

  14. The final answer could also be written as

    ( (A1) ( (A2)(A3) ) )( A4 )

    The difference is (A2)(A3) instead of A2 . A3, it makes it more consistent with the formula since we "split" at index 2, meaning that A2 and A3 are now their own fully parenthesized matrices.

  15. in this video t(n)=2nCn/n+1 function how ans is five when n= 3?? kindly anyone can help?

  16. where is the source code link?

  17. Construct the m and s tables by Matrix Chain Multiplication for n = 6 using dynamic programming

    technique based on following matrix dimensions.

    Hint: by using recurrence relation formula, compute minimum cost of each cell in memorization table.

    Matrix. Dimensions

    A1. 30*35

    A2. 35*15

    A3. 15*5

    A4. 5*10

    A5. 10*20

    A6. 20*25

    What is tha answer?

  18. Solve this. T+M+S=100, T+T+S=110, M+M+T=90,S+S+M=120 then what is the value of T,M,S?

  19. all professors across the nation should take notes from your teaching, and thank you so much

  20. for those who are not understanding about the s table :-> at which element partition it is giving min .

  21. best explanation! thank you sir

  22. Can anyone tell me how 1*1,2*2,3*3,4*4 are zero?

  23. He teaches with so much patience…

  24. Nice Video Sir Thank You

  25. Sir, could you please help me on the below question?

    Q2 Let An n be a given square matrix. Compute the number of multiplications

    and additions required to evaluate A28 using

    a) the naive method, A28 = |A A{z A}

    28 times

    b) A2, A4 = A2 A2, etc.

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