To create a Matruzen calculator in Python, you can use nested loops to iterate through the rows and columns of the matrices and perform the required operations. Here’s an example of how to create a Matruzen calculator in Python:

```
# Define a function to create a Matruzen calculator
def matruzen_calculator():
# Get the dimensions of the matrices from the user
rows = int(input("Enter the number of rows: "))
columns = int(input("Enter the number of columns: "))
# Initialize the matrices with zeros
matrix1 = [[0 for j in range(columns)] for i in range(rows)]
matrix2 = [[0 for j in range(columns)] for i in range(rows)]
result_matrix = [[0 for j in range(columns)] for i in range(rows)]
# Get the elements of the matrices from the user
print("Enter the elements of matrix 1:")
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(columns):
matrix1[i][j] = int(input())
print("Enter the elements of matrix 2:")
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(columns):
matrix2[i][j] = int(input())
# Perform the required operations
print("Matruzen Calculator Menu:")
print("1. Add Matrices")
print("2. Subtract Matrices")
print("3. Multiply Matrices")
choice = int(input("Enter your choice (1-3): "))
if choice == 1:
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(columns):
result_matrix[i][j] = matrix1[i][j] + matrix2[i][j]
print("Matrix 1 + Matrix 2 = ")
elif choice == 2:
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(columns):
result_matrix[i][j] = matrix1[i][j] - matrix2[i][j]
print("Matrix 1 - Matrix 2 = ")
elif choice == 3:
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(columns):
for k in range(rows):
result_matrix[i][j] += matrix1[i][k] * matrix2[k][j]
print("Matrix 1 * Matrix 2 = ")
else:
print("Invalid choice")
# Display the result matrix
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(columns):
print(result_matrix[i][j], end=" ")
print()
# Call the function to create a Matruzen calculator
matruzen_calculator()
```

In this example, we first define a function called `matruzen_calculator`

that creates a Matruzen calculator. We ask the user to enter the number of rows and columns for the matrices, and initialize three matrices with zeros: `matrix1`

, `matrix2`

, and `result_matrix`

.

We then ask the user to enter the elements of the matrices using nested loops, and display a menu for the user to choose the operation to perform: addition, subtraction, or multiplication.

Depending on the user’s choice, we perform the required operations using nested loops, and store the results in `result_matrix`

. Finally, we display the result matrix using nested loops.

Note: This example assumes that the matrices are square matrices (i.e., have the same number of rows and columns). If you want to support non-square matrices, you’ll need to modify the code to account for the different dimensions of the matrices.

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