By Rupam Biswas

Here we are subtracting two matrices, which will be given by the user using NumPy in python.

Here, we are going to subtract two matrices in python using NumPy. Those Matrices will be given by the user.

Here is a mathematical example of subtracting two matrices,

**Step 1:** We have to install NumPy in python.

For that, if you are using pip, you can install NumPy with:

pip install numpy

**Step 2:** Here, we are importing NumPy as np.

**Step 3:** Then, we are taking row and column inputs from the user.

**Step 4:** Then, we have to take the matrix values from the user for two different matrices.

**Step 5:** Print those matrices.

**Step 6:** Subtracting and printing the final matrix.

Here is the code:

#Importing NumPy and giving the name as np

import numpy as np

row = int(input("Enter the number of rows ="))

column = int(input("Enter the number of columns ="))

# Taking the inputs from th user for two matrixes

print("Enter the elements separated by space for first matrix =")

ele1 = list(map(int, input().split()))

print("Enter the elements separated by space for second matrix =")

ele2 = list(map(int, input().split()))

# Defining those as Matrix1 and Matrix2

matrix1 = np.array(ele1).reshape(row, column)

matrix2 = np.array(ele2).reshape(row, column)

# Printing the matrixes

print("Printing elements of first matrix")

print(matrix1)

print("Printing elements of second matrix")

print(matrix2)

# subtraction between two matrixes

print("Subtraction of two matrix")

print(np.subtract(matrix1, matrix2))

Submitted by Rupam Biswas (Rupam)

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