# How do you multiply #((0, 1, 0), (6, -3, 1), (-1, 4, -2)))# and #((6, 7, 1), (2, 10, 5), (1, -10, 9))#?

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The answer is

#### Explanation:

The multiplication of 2 matrices is

There is a formula, but many find the following process easier to remember.

#### Explanation:

**Find the first row of the product**

Take the first row of

Now multiply times the first column and add to get the first number in the first row of the answer:

Next multiply times the second column and add to get the second number in the first row of the answer:

Finally, multiply times the third column and add to get the third number in the first row of the answer:

At this point we know that the product looks like:

**Find the second row of the product**

Find the second row of the product by the same process using the second row of

Stand up the second row, then multiply and add to find the numbers in the second row of the answer.

First number in the second row of the answer:

Second number in the second row of the answer:

Third number in the second row of the answer:

At this point we know that the product looks like:

**Find the third row of the product.**

**Write the answer**