right matrix division
matrix, vector, array, or scalar
If B is matrix and A is a matrix, then mrdivide(A,B) computes X, where X is the transpose of mldivide(Bt,At) and At (resp. Bt) is the transpose of A (resp. B).
Maple normally treats arrays and vectors as distinct from matrices, in some cases not permitting a matrix operation when the given argument is not specifically declared as a matrix. This function implicitly extends arrays and vectors to 2 dimensions. Notably, n-element column vectors are treated as n x 1 matrices. Also, n-element row vectors and 1-D arrays are treated as 1 x n matrices.
If A is a scalar, then mrdivide(A,B) is computed as if A is a 1 x 1 matrix.
If B is a scalar, then mrdivide(A,B) computes rdivide(A,B).
A ≔ Vectorrow⁡8,32,21
B ≔ Matrix⁡1,4,2,2,5,8,1,6,1
A ≔ Matrix⁡8,32,21,20,77,54,32,122,87
A ≔ Vectorrow⁡8,32
B ≔ Matrix⁡1,4,2,5,1,6
A ≔ Matrix⁡8,32,20,77,32,122
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