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Thanks Max,

So the answer is: A*w is well defined because the vector w assumes the column form to complete the operation: 3x3 x 3x1 --> 3x1

In other words, it seems that when we define an object of type vector, it can assume column or row dimensions depending on the operation ?

(P.S. - that may explain why the vector object does not support the transpose operator ?)