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If $\underline{a}=(2,1,-1)$ and $\underline{b}=(-1,2,1)$, then $2 \underline{a}-3 \underline{b}$ is equal to

 

A) $(1,-4,-5)$

B) $(7,-4,5)$

C) $(7,-4,-5)$

D) $(7,4,-5)$

E) none of the above

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