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I wonder if you know any linear algebra formalism or something to solve the following question systematically?

Give A,B with A=n1xn2 matrix and B=n1xm2 matrix.

How do we get C=n2xm2 matrix such that A*C=B.

A simple example if A=(1,2)^t, B=(2,4)^t, then C=2

The question is how to solve C given A and B.

Thanks

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