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Esmy

  • 2 years ago

Solve the problem. A company makes three chocolate candies: cherry, almond, and raisin. Matrix A gives the amount of ingredients in one batch. Matrix B gives the costs of ingredients from suppliers R and S. Multiply the matrices.

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  1. Esmy
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    |dw:1348590295619:dw|

  2. Esmy
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    I tried so hard to show the the stuff :/ Hope you can understand.

  3. radicalsniper
    • 2 years ago
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    Do you know the dot product rule?

  4. Esmy
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    |dw:1348590891406:dw| I got this

  5. Esmy
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    Man i hate it when I have to draw it I take for EVER lol

  6. Esmy
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    hope you understand my ugly writing

  7. radicalsniper
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    How did you get 66?

  8. Esmy
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    I got it wrong :( didn't I

  9. radicalsniper
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    If A = 3x3 matrix, and B = 3 x 2 matrix , (row x column) .. The answer should be a 3x2 matrix (you were right about the size) Try to do the dot product rule again. Everyone commits mistakes :)

  10. Esmy
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    okay lets see how about this one

  11. Esmy
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    R S 55 66 Cherry 91 78 almond 16 16 raisnis

  12. radicalsniper
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    |dw:1348592057501:dw|

  13. radicalsniper
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    The underlined part is where you'll put your answer. :)

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