A square matrix is said to be diagonal if all of the members of the matrix, with the exception of the primary diagonal elements, are zeroes. It is both an upper and a lower triangular shape due to the fact that every element, with the exception of the components that make up the major diagonal, is a zero. If the value of the square matrix "A = [aij]" is 0 when I comes before j, then we say that it is a diagonal matrix. The matrix that is presented below is an example of a diagonal matrix with the order "5 5."
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