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How to Multiply Matrices by a Scalar
In the following maths video I will explain to you how to multiply Matrices by a Scalar (number) which is a question you are quite likely to get on your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. So study the following example questions carefully during your maths revision and pass your next maths exam!
You will have learned that multiplying a Matrix by a scalar is not the most difficult maths topic. On your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam you will probably be asked to multiply a Matrix by another Matrix which requires some more work then you just have done. So get ready to pass your maths exam and check the following link where I will explain how to multiply a matrix by another matrix!
