Cofactor of an element, Mathematics

Define Cofactor of an Element.

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The cofactor of any type of element aij (recognized as cij) is the signed minor associated along with that element. The sign is not changed if (i+j) is even and it is changed if (i+j)is odd. Thus the sign alternated whether horizontally or vertically, beginning along with a plus in the upper left hand corner.

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