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In this section, we will learn about scalars, and how we use them to multiplying a matrix. A scalar is a real number that can be multiplied to a matrix. To do this, we take the scalar and multiply it to each entry in the matrix. We will look at a few questions which scalar multiplication, and then we will look at matrix equations with repeated addition and subtraction. These matrix equations can be simplified with a scalar. Lastly, we will learn how to solve matrix equations with variables which deals with scalar multiplication.

Basic concepts: Notation of matrices,

Scalar is a real number which we can multiply to a matrix. For example, let

We want to find what 2*A* is. Then what we do is:

We want to find what 2

- IntroductionMultiplying a matrix by a scalar overview
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**Scalar multiplication**

You are given the following matrix

Find:a)2*A*b)-4*A*c)6*A*- 2*A* - 2.
**Repeated addition and subtraction**

Solve the following without having to add or subtract repeatedly:a)b) - 3.
**Scalar Multiplication with Matrix equations**

Solve the following matrix equations:a)b)c)

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