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R can perform the usual mathematical operations, below are the functions:

Arithmetic

**+**– addition**–**– subtraction*****– multiplication**/**– division

Trigonometry

**sin**– sine**cos**– cosine**tan**– tangent**asin**– sine inverse**acos**– cosine inverse**atan**– tangent inverse

Linear Algebra

**+**– element-wise addition**–**– element-wise subtraction*****– element-wise multiplication**/**– element-wise division**%*%**– matrix multiplication**t**– transpose**eigen**– eigenvalues and eigenvectors**solve**– inverse of matrix**ginv**– generalized inverse, requires MASS package**rbind**– combines vectors of observations horizontally into matrix class**cbind**– combines vectors of observations vertically into matrix class

Reference:

- Kabacoff, R. I.
*Matrix Algebra*. Quick-R. Retrieved April 20, 2013 here. - Trigonometric Functions.
*R Documentation.*R.2.15.1

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