Posted by **anonymous** on Friday, August 3, 2007 at 7:13am.

Solve the matrix equation:

4 -5 m 32

1 2 * n = -5

if you meant this

│4-5│ │m│

│1 2│ │n│ =

│23│

│-5│ then this would result in the following two equations.

4m-5n=32

m+2n=-5

solve these for m and n, I got m=3 and n=-4

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