In Problems 614, perform the operations that are defined, given the following matrices: CA A = 2
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In Problems 6–14, perform the operations that are defined, given the following matrices:
CA
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A = 2 [43] B = 3 2 2 2 4 =[] 5 C = [34] D =
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