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Apply the given elementary transformation on each of the following matrices `[(3, -4),(2, 2)]`, R_{1} ↔ R_{2}.

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#### Solution

Let A = `[(3, -4),(2, 2)]`

Applying R_{1} ↔ R_{2} , we get

`"A" ∼ [(2, 2),(3, -4)]`.

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