Algebra II
posted by Sammy .
I skipped algebra I so I never learned about matrices. If you had a 2X3 matrix & multiplied it by a 3X2 matrix, what size would the product matrix be? Would it be a 3X3? Is there any way to know? I have a test monday and i want to make sure I know this.
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