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A(rB) = r(AB) =(rA)B where r is a real scalar and A and B are appropriately sized matrices.

How to even start? A(rbij)=A(rB), but then you can't reassociate...

Also, a formal proof for Tr(A^{T})=Tr(A)?

It doesn't seem like enough to say the diagonal entries are unaffected by transposition..

Lastly, let A be an mxn matrix with a column consisting entirely of zeros. Show that if B is an nxp matrix, then AB has a row of zeros.

I can't figure out how to make a proof of this. I know how to say what such and such entry of AB is, but I don't know how to designate an entire column. How do you formally say it will be equal to zero, then...just because the dot product of a zero vector with anything is 0?

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