Multiply a row by a constant, Algebra

Multiply a Row by a Constant.  In this operation we multiply row i by a constant c and the notation will utilizes here is cRi .  Note that we can also divide a row by a constant by using the notation (1/c)Ri . Following is an example.

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Thus, while we say we will multiply a row by a constant this actually means that we will multiply each entry in that row by the constant.  Watch out for signs in the operation and ensure that you multiply every entry.

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