Select one:

a) 0.5C+3B

b)

c) 0.5C+0.75B

d) C+B

allhvasstH
2021-02-19
Answered

If 4A-3B=2C (where A,B and C are all matrices) then Matrix A can be defined as:

Select one:

a) 0.5C+3B

b)$\frac{2C+3B}{4}$

c) 0.5C+0.75B

d) C+B

Select one:

a) 0.5C+3B

b)

c) 0.5C+0.75B

d) C+B

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faldduE

Answered 2021-02-20
Author has **109** answers

Step 1

Given,

4A-3B=2C (where A,B and C are all matrices)

Step 2

Now,

$\therefore 4A-3B=2C$

$\Rightarrow 4A=2C+3B$

$\Rightarrow A=\frac{2C+3B}{4}$

$\Rightarrow A=\frac{2C}{4}+\frac{3B}{4}$

$\Rightarrow A=0.5C+0.75B$

$\therefore \text{Option(c)}0.5C+0.75B\text{is correct}$

Given,

4A-3B=2C (where A,B and C are all matrices)

Step 2

Now,

Jeffrey Jordon

Answered 2022-01-29
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