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use #include<stdio.h>
Once the numbers have been entered in the 2-D arrays A and B, then perform the following calculation
1 addition
2 subtraction
3 multiplication
Feb 21 '07 #1
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use #include<stdio.h>
Once the numbers have been entered in the 2-D arrays A and B, then perform the following calculation
1 addition
2 subtraction
3 multiplication
Um, that doesn't make too much sense. Just add the arrays together (which will return garbage value), add the values in the arrays together (how? add everything to each element - make both arrays hold the same value in every place?), add individual values together (which ones?).

You need to be more clear in your question, as well as showing everything you have tried, everything you have searched on google.
Feb 21 '07 #2

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