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7-204.

Suppose the entries in a $3\text{-by-}2$ matrix are a, b, c, d, e, f (reading across the rows), and the entries in a second $2\text{-by-}1$ matrix are $g$, $h$. Write the product matrix in terms of these letters.

Start by constructing the two matrices, and then multiply them.