X = fma(A, B, C)
computes A.*B+C using a fused
multiply add approach. Fused multiply add operations round only once, often making the
result more accurate than performing a multiplication operation followed by an
addition.

Input array, specified as a floating-point scalar, vector, matrix, or
multidimensional array. When A and B are
matrices, fma performs element-wise multiplication followed by
addition.

Input array, specified as a floating-point scalar, vector, matrix, or
multidimensional array. When A and B are
matrices, fma performs element-wise multiplication followed by
addition.

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