# Conjugation of matrices - How to typeset it?

Can you help me?

I do not know what to type in order to show the conjugation.

I mean that the matrix B has complex entries and C is the transpose matrix of B, then B* is C with a line above.

How do I do that?

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See How to look up a symbol? You can use \overline{C}. –  Alan Munn May 15 '13 at 22:32
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$(\mathbf{A}^*)_{ij} = \conjugatet{\mathbf{A}_{ij}}$
Should be ${}_{ji}$ in one of the two sides of the equation. –  Benjamin McKay Nov 29 '14 at 7:58