# Multi-threading Exercise 2

### Objective

To gain experience working with multi-threaded programming.

### Task

For this lab, you will write parallel code for multiplying square matrices.
You will start with this MatrixLab.java program which contains
a simple matrix class and a main method containing a test.

You will need to fill in the multiplyMatrices function to perform the multiplication.
You will also need to create a class representing the thread.

The example in main uses these two 3x3 matrices:

Matrix multiplication is done based on the row and column of the two matrices.
The value of location (i,j) in the product is the dot product of row i in the left matrix and column j in the right matrix.

This is illustrated below:

The correct answer for the example should be:

You should create one thread for each cell in the result matrix (9 threads in the example above).
Each one should be sent the two matrices and the result matrix.

### Submitting

When your program is done, email the code to ifinlay@umw.edu.
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