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Problem 1

# Two matrices are ________ if all of their corresponding entries are equal.

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this question states that if we have two different matrices and, um, if their corresponding entries are equal, what would what can be classified the matrices as so just quickly give a brief recap. A matrix, of course, is something like, for example, if you have a one by two matrix a beat like such and we have a different one, let's say 11 and 12. And basically what this question states is that if a is equal to 11 and B is equal to 12 what can we say about these two matrices? So what can we say about these things is that these two Major sees there for equal to each other, and that would be the answer to this question here.