When multiplying matrices, remember the number of rows in the first matrix must equal the number of columns in the second matrix. See how this multiplication occurs in the example below.

If the number of rows in the first matrix does not equal the number of columns in the second matrix, then the matrices cannot be multiplied. See the example below.

Matrix A has 2 rows and matrix B has 3 columns. Therefore these matrices cannot be multiplied together.

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