Multiplication of two vectors, Mathematics

Describe Multiplication of two vectors.

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Let row vector A represent the selling price in shillings of one unit of commodity P, Q, R respectively and let column vector B represent the number of units of commodities P, Q, R sold respectively. After that the vector product A ´ B will be equal to the total sales value

That is A * B = Total sales value

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