# Exercises. Matrix multiplication.

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Rules. Matrix multiplication.

Matrix **A** can be multiplied by a matrix **B** if the number of columns of matrix **A** equals the number of rows of the matrix **B**.

**Matrix multiplication** (**product of matrices**) **A** and **B** with dimensions m×n and n×k is the operation of finding the matrix **C** with size m×k, all of whose elements are equal

$c_{ij} = \sum_{k=1}^n a_{ik} b_{kj}$

Exercise. Multiplication of two matrices (matrix product).

Given two matrices **A** and **B**:

A = | 9 |
3 |
-6 |
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-2 |
9 |
-3 |
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-4 |
-2 |
-6 |
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B = | -9 |
6 |
6 |
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-6 |
4 |
-6 |
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10 |
-7 |
4 |
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Find the value of the matrix: C = A · B

Select the size of the matrix **С**:

Number of rows:

Number of columns:

C = | ... |

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