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Applying the concept, indicate whether the multiplication of two matrices whose order is (3 x 3) is feasible or not. and (2 x 3), in addition, if feasible, indicate the dimensions of the result matrix.

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To multiply two matrices, the number of columns in the first matrix must be equal to the number of rows in the second matrix.

Given matrices:

Matrix A has dimensions 3 x 3 (3 rows, 3 columns)

Matrix B has dimensions 2 x 3 (2 rows, 3 columns)

Since the number of columns in matrix A (3) is not equal to the number of rows in matrix B (2), it is not feasible to multiply these two matrices.

Therefore, the multiplication of matrices A (3 x 3) and B (2 x 3) is not feasible.

\boxed{Answer} : Not feasible to multiply matrices of dimensions 3 x 3 and 2 x 3.

Given matrices:

Matrix A has dimensions 3 x 3 (3 rows, 3 columns)

Matrix B has dimensions 2 x 3 (2 rows, 3 columns)

Since the number of columns in matrix A (3) is not equal to the number of rows in matrix B (2), it is not feasible to multiply these two matrices.

Therefore, the multiplication of matrices A (3 x 3) and B (2 x 3) is not feasible.

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