A is an M × N matrix, B is N × K and C is a K × L matrix. Consider matrix(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

multiplication (AB)ij = Pk AikBkj .

Using the formula, (AB)ij = Pk AikBkj, how would I calculate ((AB)C) and (A(BC))?

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# Matrix multiplication

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