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9-28.

Each #1 bouquet has five lilies, four roses, and three daisies. Each #2 bouquet has four lilies, three roses, and three daisies. Each #3 bouquet has four lilies, six roses, and six daisies.

1. Arrange this information in a new matrix with bouquet styles as rows. What will be the columns of this new matrix? Label the rows and columns of the matrix and call it matrix $B$.

 L   R   D $B =$ #1#2#3 $\left[ \begin{array} { c c c } { \: } & { \: } & { \: } \\ { \: } & { \: } & { \: }\\ { \: } & { \: } & { \: } \end{array} \right]$

2. Using the row-by-column labels, what will matrix $B$ represent?