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Suppose I have numbers, letters and names. Suppose further that I would like to store them in matrices, a matrix for each. Then, how could I explain this in a correct English sentence?

The numbers, the letters and the names are stored in their own matrices, a matrix for each.

Is this correct?

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The numbers, letters and names are each stored in their own separate matrix.

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The numbers, letters, and names are each stored in a separate matrix.

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    Or simply, "The numbers, letters, and names are each stored in a separate matrix." – Mixolydian Feb 11 at 17:01
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    @Mixolydian, yes. Updated the answer. – Sam Feb 11 at 17:05

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