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Asked Nov 24, 2019
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If possible, find A B, A B, 3A, and 3A
4B. (If not possible, enter IMPOSSIBLE.)
6-3
9
A =
2
B=
-2
3
-1
4.
4 12
(a) AB
(b)
A B
(c)
3A
(d)
3A 4B
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If possible, find A B, A B, 3A, and 3A 4B. (If not possible, enter IMPOSSIBLE.) 6-3 9 A = 2 B= -2 3 -1 4. 4 12 (a) AB (b) A B (c) 3A (d) 3A 4B N in

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Step 1

Given,

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6 -3 5 9 A =5 2 B = 2 -3 4 4 12

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Step 2

(a) A+B

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6 -3 5 2 2 -3 5 -1 4 4 12 (-3)+9 5+(-2) 2+(-3) 4 12 6+5 (-1)+4 11 6 AB3 -1 3 16

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Step 3

b) A &ndash...

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-3 6 9 5 2 -2 -3 -1 4 4 12 (-3)-9 | 5-(-2) 2-(-3) (-1)-4 6-5 4-12 1 -12 A B 7 5 -5 -8

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