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posted by danny .
Which of the following is the solution to the matrix equation below?
[0 9 2] [18]
[3 2 1] x=[5]
[1 1 0] [1]
a) [3 2 18]
b) [3 2 18]
c) [3]
[2]
[18]
d)[3]
[2]
[18]
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