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**Homework Statement**

Find the 3x3 matrix X such that XA=B, where

Code:

```
1 1 1
A= -1 0 -2
1 0 -1
1 3 0
B= -2 1 -2
1 4 -1
```

**The attempt at a solution**

I understand how to do AX=B just fine, but XA=B is confusing me. I tried doing [x y z] A, but not sure if that's even right or what to do after that. Yes, I know it can be solved using inverses or whatever, but the professor does not want us to solve it that way (haven't gone over inverses yet).

The solution for X such that AX=B involved finding individual columns, so does that mean XA=B will find the individual rows?

Any help is appreciated!

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