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AlgebraElements Of Modern Algebraa. Prove part a. of Theorem 1.34. b. Prove part b. of Theorem 1.34. Theorem 1.34 □ Distributive Properties Let A be an m × n matrix over R , let B and C be n × p matrices over R , and let D be a p × q matrix over R . Then A ( B + C ) = A B + A C , and ( B + C ) D = B D + C DBuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 1.6, Problem 17E

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**a.** Prove part **a.** of Theorem 1.34.

**b.** Prove part **b.** of Theorem 1.34.

**Theorem 1.34
**

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