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Sagar Khandelwal

In linear algebra, the adjugate, classical adjoint, or adjunct of a square matrix is the transpose of its co factor matrix. The adjugate has sometimes been called the "adjoint", but today the "adjoint" of a matrix normally refers to its corresponding adjoint operator, which is its conjugate transpose...
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What do you mean by rectangular matrix?

Rajesh Chilla

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A matrix which consist m rows and n column, where m is not equal to n.
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Why determinants is applying to matrices?

Hussam Uddin

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Determinant is use to give the magnitude of a vector of n dimensions. Suppose if you apply force in 4 perpendicular directions then it's magnitude is nothing but determinant. You can't simply add those forces you have to use matrices and then determine magnitude.
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Find the determinant of A = [2 5] and B = [6 9]?

Hussam Uddin

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sq root 29 , sq root 117
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Prove that: |a 6 b + c| |b 6 c + a| = 0? ... read more
Prove that: |a 6 b + c| |b 6 c + a| = 0? |C 6 a + b| read less

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