Rules of vector multiplication - linear algebra and matrices, Mathematics

What are the Rules of vector multiplication?

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Rules of vector multiplication

i. The row vector must have the similar number of elements as the column vector

ii. The first vector is a row vector and the second is a column vector

iii. The corresponding elements in each vector are multiplied together and the results obtained are added. This addition is usually a single number

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