# Challenge: The Matrix Chain Multiplication

In this lesson, you will solve a problem to find the minimum number of primitive multiplications required for a matrix chain multiplication.

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## Problem statement

Remember how matrix multiplication works. Given two matrices $A$ and $B$ of dimensions $(n \times m)$ and $(m \times l)$, the resulting matrix we get is $AB$ whose dimensions are $(n \times l)$. We’ve shown how matrix multiplication occurs in the example below.

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